As the holiday season rolls out, Andi Tilis is joined by Hawaiian Host to craft savory treats with macadamia nuts.hawaiianhost_logo_01

 

Genuine, Classic & Original with Hawaiian Host

COCONUT CREEK, Fla.Nov. 8, 2016 – This week on A&E: Hawaiian Host joins the Operation Build team to demonstrate how Mauna Loa macadamia nuts can be the perfect treat for holiday entertaining.

Macadamia nuts provide many health benefits. These particular nuts are very rich in minerals. Some of these minerals include magnesium, iron, copper, and calcium. These minerals are very beneficial for bone and teeth mineralization, metabolism, ensuring proper growth of the body, and improving health and connective tissues. Mauna Loa macadamia nuts provide superior quality in creating some of the healthiest snacks. These tasty yet healthy treats are the perfect gift for the holiday season.

Be sure to Tune in to this Operation Build episode featuring Hawaiian Host airing on Saturday, November 12th on A&E Television Network at 7am ET/PT and again on FYI Television Network Saturday, November 19th at 7:30am ET/PT.

About Operation Build

Operation Build travels all over the country discovering great home improvement concepts in renovations, remodels, and do-it-yourself projects. Part history, part reality, part building technology; each episode has a project objective where our host and building team are tasked to complete, while being under a renovation deadline and a homeowner’s need to complete a project on time, before a big event. Whether the team is picking up the pieces and rebuilding after a disaster such as a fire or flood, or coming to the rescue on a remodel gone wrong, the Operation Build team gets the job done.

About Insight Television Productions, LLC

Inspiration Innovation & Imagination, welcome to Insight Television Productions. “Insight” by definition “The ability to understand people and situations in a very clear way; an understanding of the true nature of something”.  When television networks, advertising agencies, and the world’s leading brands seek out production partners, they look to us for our insight. From reality and lifestyle programming to brand integration, commercials and special events, we have demonstrated the ability to respond with great television programs that captures current topics, trends and important events for today’s culture. Through content creation and masterful storytelling we provide “real life” solutions” to “real life” problems that make a difference and impact people’s lives. We span decades of building powerful and long-term relationships and have created some of the most successful and beloved television show formats. Insight Television Productions provides the knowledge and experience that is required to produce and distribute original television programming. Our state of the art production facilities are an essential part of our formula for success, but it is the Insight Imagination Team who work tirelessly to create the magic and accomplish our programming mission.

For more information about Hawaiian Host, visit HawaiianHost.com

About Hawaiian Host

Hawaiian Host acquired Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corporation in 2015. Over 30 years ago, Mauna Loa started perfecting Hawaii’s most sought after nut. It became a crunchy macadamia nut with a flavor all its own. Since then, Mauna Loa has created a delightful variety of macadamia nut treats. Now, with over a dozen flavors to choose from, Mauna Loa leads the way in providing one of the world’s tastiest macadamia nut selections. The company takes its name from the volcano Mauna Loa. Their headquarters and main processing plant are near the mountain, south of Hilo in the Puna District of the island of Hawaiʻi, known as the Big Island. The company promotes sustainable green causes, and is slowly working to become totally carbon neutral by reducing its dependence on conventionally generated electricity, particularly those involving coal and crude oil. At the main production facility, the company owns its own steam generator, which uses plant waste to generate electricity used in the harvesting and packaging of its macadamia seeds.

For more information about Hawaiian Host, visit HawaiianHost.com


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