Since the cashew from Southern India – with its unique size – is a very desirable nut for the Indian upper-classes, it very rarely makes its way to the European markets. Therefore, our large and whole cashews are really precious.
The harvest of these cashews only make up 19% of the total crop. As a general rule: the larger the kernel, the fewer there are in the total yield.
The nut that we are processing is the second largest on the scale division. Furthermore, the cashews from the region of Malabar are highly sought after for their refined taste thanks to the climatic conditions of the region and the Laterit soil. These cashews have a particularly high mineral nutrient content and contain unsaturated fatty acids, which the human body cannot produce by itself. Furthermore, they are ideal for an alkaline diet.