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The Anacardium occidentale popularly known as the cashew tree is a tropical evergreen tree that produces the cashew seed and the cashew apple accessory fruit. It is native to Brazil however it also grows in parts of Asia and Africa. Its nut, also known as cashew, is commonly eaten as food. People also use the nut to make medicine.

In the 21st century, cashew cultivation increased in several African countries among which includes Ghana. In Ghana, cashew nut production has consistency of supply of large volumes of the commodity, certainty of supply of high-quality cashew all year round, very strong sector associations supporting regulations and certification compliance, well-developed value chain of the commodity with the Ghanaian cashews and deliberate government interventions to strengthen and boost the supply base


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Cashew nuts help reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) and improve good cholesterol (HDL) in the body. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the internal inflammation that may cause a risk of getting heart disease

Discarded cashew nuts unfit for human consumption, alongside the residues of oil extraction from cashew kernels, can be used to feed livestock. Animals can also eat the leaves of cashew trees

Cashew nut oil derived from pressing the cashew nuts is used for cooking or as a salad dressing and is one of the highest quality oils when produced from a single cold pressing.

They also help boost brain functions. The brain is the most active organ of our body that requires a steady supply of fatty acids through diet to stay active. Cashew nuts contain brain booster nutrients that may help boost brain functions and keep your memory sharp.

Overall Cashews are low in sugar and rich in fiber, heart-healthy fats, and plant protein. They’re also a good source of copper, magnesium, and manganese which are nutrients important for energy production, brain health, immunity, and bone health.