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Crazy about Cashews? New cashew crops have landed!

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Since harvest time in April our cashew nuts, sourced from Vietnam, have been picked and processed and are now available to order.

Despite lower yields and quality in some regions, the cashew market is strong. Availability is good, consumption is growing and pricing remains extremely competitive.

As the UK’s Leading Fruit Nut & Processor we really are crazy about cashews. Petrow Food Group offers a wide range of cashew variants and formats, all manufactured at our 82,000 square foot factory, located in six and half acres at Haverhill in South East England.

Cashew fact: Did you know, cashews grow above ground and are picked by twisting the nut from the cashew apple, typically a red fruit. (shown above)

No matter what your cashew requirements are, we can help. Using raw whole or broken grades we offer a range of processing such as laser inspection, roasting or heat treating, size reduction (nibbing/chopping), grinding, pasting or making into cashew butter at our £2 million nut butter factory.

These cashew products are typically used as ingredients in food manufacture, bakery, sauces, ready meals, confectionery, snacks and bars. Fuelling the nation’s growing appetite for plant based, protein rich goodness, cashew nuts are a great ingredient choice. They are also a great source of antioxidants to boost the immune system, as well as vitamins E, K, and B-6, along with minerals like copper, phosphorus,zinc, magnesium, iron, and selenium. Source: https://www.healthline.com

We also offer bespoke or value engineered ingredients solutions. Our business is supported by procurement experts, dedicated technical and new product development teams who can work with you to provide customised cashew solutions.

Please contact our sales@petrowfoodgroup.com for more information about your cashew requirements.

https://petrowfoodgroup.com/processed-nuts/cashews



Published: 25th Jun 2020