Cashew Nuts

WW180, WW210, WW240, WW320, WW450, WS, LP, SP
8% (Max)
5% (Max)
10% (Max)
Vacuum Bag/ Tin and Carton (Net 10 Kg/ Tin)
Container Capacity:
15 MT in 20 FT Container, 25 MT in 40 FT Container
Minimum Order Quantity:
1 X 20 FT Container
Payment Terms:
TT 50% advance, 50% balance after scan documents Or LC at sight
21 Days after signed Sales Contract
Port of Dispatch:
Ho Chi Minh
Supply ability:
300MT/ Month
  • Description



Cashew, (Anacardium occidentale), evergreen shrub or tree of the sumac family (Anacardiaceae), cultivated for its characteristically curved edible seeds, which are commonly called cashew “nuts” though they are not true nuts. The domesticated cashew tree is native to the New World but commercially cultivated mainly in Brazil and India. The seeds, rich in oil and distinctively flavoured, are commonly used in South and Southeast Asian cuisine and are a characteristic ingredient of numerous chicken and vegetarian dishes of southern India. In Western countries they are eaten mainly as a premium-quality protein-rich snack food.

The cashew is native to northeastern Brazil. Portuguese missionaries took it to East Africa and India during the late 16th century, where it became abundant at low altitudes near the seacoast.