ANAHEIM, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A game-changing snack option just entered the arena. Royal Hawaiian Orchards announced today that it has introduced its products to the Honda Center this season, giving Anaheim Ducks’ hockey fans a variety of choices for their mid-game snack. Ideal for packing a punch of protein right when you need it most, Royal Hawaiian Orchards products are available now throughout the stadium in convenient snack sizes and a variety of flavors.
“We are very excited to announce our partnership with the Anaheim Ducks that will extend beyond the Honda Center and into the organizations popular ‘The Rinks’ ice skating centers across southern California,” said K.C. Blinn, general manager of sales and marketing for MacFarms and Royal Hawaiian Orchards. “Macadamia nuts may have been overlooked as a viable snacking option, but Royal Hawaiian Orchards is changing that and reminding athletes, health conscious fans and families everywhere that this heart-healthy snack can be just the fuel you need to press through the game whether enjoying it in the stands or out on the ice as a participant.”
Royal Hawaiian macadamia nut products can be found at the Sierra Nevada Draught House, Wine Club and other locations within the arena, as well as at the snack shops at all of The Rinks locations. In addition, some fans in attendance at select games this season will have a chance to win free samples of Royal Hawaiian Orchards macadamia nuts by being winners of the “Lucky Row” contest.
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MacFarms is the parent company of both the Royal Hawaiian Orchards and MacFarms brands. The company’s story spans decades of macadamia growing, beginning in the mid-20th Century with the founding of the Royal Hawaiian Nut Company in Hawaii. Though the company has evolved over the years, its dedication to health, wellness and “living aloha” live on. The company’s orchards on the Big Island have more than 250,000 trees and is one of the largest macadamia operations in the world. For additional information, please visit: macfarms.com or royalhawaiianorchards.com.