top of page

Oliveira Ag International – High Quality cashew nuts

Cashew trees grow best in sandy soils in a tropical climate. They need an average daily temperature of around 25C, with no danger of this falling below 10C. The trees – which are beautiful, with their large leaves, pink flowers and rosy red fruit – need a bit of water, but can cope with a level of drought. They grow quickly and easily, even in soils in which other fruit trees fail.

Cashew nuts themselves are really quite odd: they grow outside of the fruit and are technically the seeds of the cashew ‘apple’. They’re notoriously hard to harvest. Each cashew has two layers of hard shell, between which there are caustic substances – cardol and anacardic acid – that can cause nasty burns.

Vietnam has an ideal climate for growing cashews. It started cashew production in earnest in the 1980s and, a decade later, was a major player. The country now grows cashews over 300,000 ha and hasn’t actually got much more land to devote to the crop. Instead, it’s concentrating on boosting productivity and quality.

We work with HACCP and BRC-certified packers, enabling us to offer our customers high quality and full traceability to international standards.

We provide a comprehensive inspection prior to loading and shipment. Our customers receive a pre-shipment inspection report. In this way we minimize the risk of buyers receiving bad quality.

This sample PSI report demonstrates the comprehensive testing criteria.

We are happy to take care of your individual enquiries and thus save you time and money as we negotiate your price proposal with our suppliers. Interested? - Then we look forward to getting to know you soon as a new customer and being able to work for you!

Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions, requests for pricing or offers, product information, or to talk to us about anything else we can do to help you.

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Search By Tags
bottom of page