Cashew Industry News

The latest news from the African cashew industry.

15 Jun, 2021

Alciony Fernandez is from a family of cashew growers and has carried their latest batch to be weighed and sold at a shop 30 minutes away, in the outskirts of the...

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20 May, 2021

Cashew has over the past six decades, developed from being grown to fight erosion and desertification into a very important economic and, in some situations, political commodity in Africa.

Due to its rich nutritional content and the many health benefits of consuming both the cashew apple and nuts, including...

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20 Apr, 2021
The continent grows most of the world’s raw cashews but only processes a fraction of them, missing out on a wealth of opportunity offered by booming global demand.

The global market for cashews is booming, but the African countries growing more than half the world’s supply aren’t cashing in, an UNCTAD report says, due to...

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15 Apr, 2021

Hier s’est déroulée à Accra au Ghana sur le Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCE) la première vente aux enchères de noix de cajou avec un prix de réserve[1]. Une vente qui a été un succès selon le GCE et une première étape pour...

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15 Apr, 2021

The Jaman South constituency which was created in 2000 has been one of the safest seats for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) who had held the seat for the last 20 years.

However, in the 2020 elections, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate, Mr. Williams Okofo Darteh, snatched the seat from the NPP. He polled 24,000 valid votes to beat...

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15 Apr, 2021

Sources said as part of the plan, OSDC had decided to develop different high-yielding varieties of cashew grafts with the potential of producing over 10 kg seeds per tree...

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15 Apr, 2021

The Ghana Commodity Exchange undertook a reserve trading auction of raw cashew nuts for the first time on Tuesday.

This is a process by the exchange to engage market actors in the...

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15 Apr, 2021

Alors que la commercialisation de la noix de cajou bat son plein en Afrique de l’Ouest  dans un marché dynamique et avec une appréciation des prix au producteur, la Côte d’Ivoire a surperformé  à l’exportation tant pour les noix de cajou brutes que les amandes au 1er trimestre 2021, souligne le spécialiste n’kalo. Une performance qui s’inscrit dans un marché où les récoltes sont...

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