Olympics Season Needs Regular Supply of Quality Kernel

This entry was posted on Wednesday, November 16th, 2011 and is filed under Cashew.

According to latest reports,  sky is now clear in most parts of  North Brazil and Tanzania. North Brazilian farmers are happy with the remarkable progress in their crop size and yield as things are looking much better after the recent rains. But the published images show slightly rain damaged raw nuts in their trees. If the farmers make delay in the daily collection or postpone their collections to once or twice a week due to current low prices, the damages will be much higher. Mid crop of Tanzania is said to be not much affected in terms of quality or quantity. Indian and Vietnamese cashew  processors will have to depend on Tanzania and Mozambique to ensure regular production and supply of cashew kernel for the Olympics season.

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