World Cashew.com Crop Report for March-April-May 2017 (2)

First Crop looks wonderful in the most important South Western region of India but the daily arrivals will pick up only from the second half...

World Cashew.com Crop Report for March-April-May 2017 (1)

Weather conditions are highly favorable for the cashew crop in India, Vietnam, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, and Guinea-Bissau. Moisture content in ...



What Happens when the Massive Harvest Period Begins?

Cashew kernel has entered the bearish phase but still the price of W320 is around Rs.8600/inclusive of VAT/11.340 kilo/Goa-Mangalore. Fall i...

Duty Hike on Cashew Kernel

Indian finance minister has increased the import tax on roasted and salted cashew nuts from the existing 30% to 45%. The term ‘Roasted...



Glut Like Situation in Raw Cashew but Slowdown in Winter Sales

Indian resellers are facing trouble in selling even a single container of imported raw cashew because of the unworkable price factor. More t...

GST Rate will Decide the Future of the Indian Cashew Industry

1st Feb 2017 is the date fixed for the presentation of the Indian Budget 2017-18. July 1, 2017 will be the 1st day of GST. So, the budget ma...

W240 for Exports but W320 Towards North India

Local exporters are buying w240 around Rs.9200+VAT/11.340 kilo/ Goa-Mangalore. However, they are offering only Rs.8400+VAT for the W320 grad...

Shortage in CNSL and Cashew Shells

Indian exporters’ buying interest is still in W240 but the North Indian demand is for mid-size grades. Price of W320 is around Rs 9000...

Winter Sale Begins in Cashew Kernel

Exporters buying rate for premium W240 is Rs 9000/+ VAT/11.340 kilo/Goa-Mangalore. North Indian buyers are purchasing W320 around  Rs 8900/...

Demand Rises in W240 & Higher Grades

Those who have imported raw cashew under ‘Advance Licence/Authorization Scheme’ have to fulfill their 4 : 1 export obligation be...

Worst Not Yet Over but Future Looks Better

Trouble because of decreased money flow is still continuing in the Indian cashew kernel. Exporters are controlling the wholes market but the...

Best Date for GST Implementation is April 1, 2017

There is slight uncertainty about GST in India after the demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denomination currencies. But the GST has alrea...

GST on Cashew : Finance Ministry should Consider Veg Based Indian food Habit

Actually dry fruits are not much costly when compared to the water and moisture content of a fresh fruit. Calorie wise also there is no matc...

Temporary Slow down is Not Recession

Demonetization of Rs500 and Rs1000 denomination notes has hit Indian domestic demand as well as supply of cashew kernel. Buyers are not inte...

Long Rest for Cashew, Dry Fruits and Costly Items in India

The ban on the circulation of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 denomination notes has reduced the cash flow in the Indian retail sector. Consumer is purch...

Only 5% GST Rate on Cashew ?

According to some internet press reports, the Indian GST slab for cashew is finally 5%. – There is yet no confirmation from the trade ...