Cashew Industry News

The latest news from the African cashew industry.

14 Oct, 2020

« L'industrie de la noix de cajou a traversé un bouleversement inédit depuis longtemps. En moins d'un mois, les prix des noix de cajou brutes ont baissé d'environ 30% et des amandes de 20% » indique Pankaj N. Sampat de Samson Traders. A cette baisse des prix s’est ajoutée une situation inédite suite à la pandémie de la Covid-19, le confinement total et partiel de l’Inde durant 14...

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14 Oct, 2020

With the Covid-19 crisis disrupting regional and global trade, a Development Reimagined team spoke with Tanzanian Ambassador to China Mbelwa Kairuki to get his take on Sino-Tanzania trade and what he and his team are doing to try to respond...

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10 Oct, 2020

Pour la première fois, l’ONG Agronomes et vétérinaires sans frontières (AVSF) avec la SCOP de commerce équitable,  Ethiquable, créé une entreprise de transformation de noix de cajou à Kolda au Sénégal. Un premier pas dans le "business" mais un...

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6 Oct, 2020

The entire world is facing difficulties from Covid-19, but the impact so far on Africa has been a mixed bag of...

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6 Oct, 2020

Le président ivoirien Alassane Ouattara et le Directeur général du Conseil du coton et de l’anacarde, Adama Coulibaly, ont inauguré hier la création du Centre d’innovations et de technologies de l’anacarde (CITA) à Yamoussoukro. Il s’agit d’une...

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6 Oct, 2020

Production, processing, and trading of cashew and five other tree crops will now be regulated and coordinated by the Ghana Tree Crop Development Authority (TCDA).  This follows the official inauguration of the Authority by the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo on Tuesday, 29th September 2020 in Kumasi.

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30 Sep, 2020

Two cashew nut researchers have called on cashew producers to utilize improved planting materials and seedlings to increase Africa’s production rate of...

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29 Sep, 2020
29 Sep, 2020

The entire world is facing difficulties from Covid 19, but the impact so far on Africa has been mixed (opportunities and despair).  Like every world crisis, this pandemic has exposed some sectorial weaknesses in our societies and Africa’s agricultural sector is no exception. For many years, one of Africa’s major problems has been the exports of raw...

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28 Sep, 2020

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