Konkan's & Goa Original Cashew Only For You

Enjoy the real taste of GI certified quality konkan cashew nuts directly from heart of konkan called sindhudurga. get all type of processed cashew with grading as per order . get it in small / bulk quantity with wholsale price.
Cashew is grown for its fruit cashew apple as well as for its nut. In Sindhudurg, this crop is grown in large scale. There are eight varieties recommended by Konkan Krisi Vidhyapith, Dapoli. These varieties have high yielding potential of about 20-25 K.g. of nuts per tree per annum. Plant is propagated by graft as well as seed but grafting is popular technique to meet the type of requirement. Fruits are ripen from December to May, but the season is prolonged during the years when the heavy rainfall is experienced in November and December. First bearing is normally secured in about three years after planting. Nuts are separated from cashew apple immediately after the harvest. Cashew apple is used for making cashew syrup. It is widely known as Cashew feni. Dried nuts are roasted either in open pan or rotary cylinders. Shelling is done by hands. Soon after roasting kernels are dried in sun or hot air chambers in cashew factory. They are kept in sweating chamber for some time. The nuts are then ready for grading and packing. The premium quality cashews of Sindhudurg are exported worldwide. Cashews can be purchased of cheaper rate in local markets of Konkan region..

Drum roasting of cashews Using a traditional technique developed by our ancestors, handpicked cashew nuts are sun-dried and roasted to perfection in a pierced drum rotating over a fire. These nuts are then broken open, sorted and packaged by hand..

  • Cashews can be enjoyed as a snack as they are. They can also eaten salted or sweetened.
  • Cashews are nutty yet pleasantly sweet in taste. They can be relished as a garnish in various kinds of sweets and desserts.
  • Cashews, along with almonds and other dry fruits, are being used in savory rice dishes rice-pulao…etc, and in curry (kaaju-shahi-paneer) preparations in Indian, Persian, Pakistani, and Middle-Eastern regions.
  • Split or crushed cashew along with almonds, pistachiois often sprinkled over desserts, particularly sundaes, and other confectionary to enhance flavor.
  • The nuts are widely employed in the confectionery, as an addition to biscuits, sweets and cakes.
  • “Cashew apples” are among popular fruits; eaten on their own in many regions around the world. They are also being used to prepare healthy drink.
  • They have high minerals.minerals especially manganese pottasium iron copper.
  • They have also high vitamins.
  • Daily have atleast five cashews..before that pore them in water before going to bed at night..and in the morning peal out its outer skin..and eat the inside one..
  • It will help you in increasing your memory power.

Cashews are one of the best sources of mono-unsaturated fats and as a result can help keep your brain healthy to ward off depression naturally.