A fun-to-eat snack that is a staple in Asian and Indian cuisine.

The cashew nut comes from the cashew tree, which is native to Northeastern Brazil. In the 1500’s, the Portuguese took the cashew plant to India, from where it spread throughout Southeast Asia and eventually Africa. The cashew nut has a rich flavor, and is a popular snack often eaten on its own, lightly salted or sugared. It’s also commonly used in nut mixes or covered in chocolate. Cashews are a prevalent ingredient in Thai, Chinese and Indian cuisine, used in whole form, ground into sauces or used as garnish on desserts.


Styles and Sizes

Whole Grades
SLW-1, LW-1, W1 240, W1 320
180, 210, 240, 320, 450
SLW-2, LW-2, W2 240
W2 320, W3
WV240, WV320, Scorched Wholes, Special Scorched Wholes
Broken Grades
B-1, B-2, B-3, S-1, S-2, S-3
P-1, P-2, P-3, SP1, SP2
SSP-1, SSP-2, G-1, G-2, G-3
Fancy Splits, Scorched Splits
Fancy Butts, Scorched Butts
Fancy Pieces, Scorched Pieces
Small White Pieces
Small Scorched Pieces


50 lb. Corvac carton (2x25 lb.)


India, Vietnam, Brazil, Indonesia, Africa


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