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Cashew Pieces

$187.25
25lb case
(593)

Organic Cashew Pieces (Raw)

$224.75
25lb case
(378)

Organic Cashews (Raw)

$274.75
25lb case
(1938)

Raw Cashews

$249.75
25lb case
(1241)

Roasted Cashews (Salted)

$249.75
25lb case
(8305)

Roasted Cashew Pieces (Unsalted)

$182.25
25lb case
(98)

Roasted Cashews (Unsalted)

$249.75
25lb case
(1987)

Roasted Cashews (50% Less Salt)

$249.75
25lb case
(3557)

Unsweetened Milked Cashews

$35.65
pack of 6 - 32oz cartons
(63)

Milk Chocolate-Covered Cashews

$187.25
25lb case
(545)

Honey Roasted Cashews

$237.25
25lb case
(1397)

Organic Dry Roasted Cashews (Salted)

$274.75
25lb case
(724)

White Chocolate Toffee Cashews

$169.80
20lb case
(466)

Supreme Roasted Cashews (Salted)

$282.25
25lb case
(1793)

Dark Chocolate-Covered Cashews

$187.25
25lb case
(791)

Organic Dry-Roasted Cashews (Unsalted)

$274.75
25lb case
(478)

Dry Roasted Cashews (Unsalted)

$249.75
25lb case
(342)

Supreme Roasted Cashews (Unsalted)

$282.25
25lb case
(268)

Supreme Raw Cashews

$282.25
25lb case
(124)

Milked Cashews

$35.65
pack of 6 - 32oz cartons
(17)

Dry Roasted Cashews (Salted)

$249.75
25lb case
(497)

Cinnamon Cashews

$172.35
15lb case
(201)

Cashew Flour

$349.75
25lb case
(46)

Cashew Crunch

$224.70
30lb case
(184)

Butter Toffee Cashews

$299.70
30lb case
(432)

BBQ Cashews

$249.75
25lb case
(119)

Wasabi Cashews

$249.75
25lb case
(99)

Ranch Cashews

$249.75
25lb case
(89)

About Cashews

Cashews have a delicate nutty taste that works well in a variety of dishes including stir-fries, pastas, granolas, fruit salads, curries, and chicken dishes. They also make a healthy and delicious snack on their own, paired with tasty spices, or drenched in chocolate. Native to northeastern Brazil, cashew trees thrive in tropical climates and bear juicy, edible cashew apples, along with cashew nuts. Due to its delicate skin, the cashew fruit isn’t suited for transportation, and remains relatively unknown to America and Europe.

Cashews Nutrition

1) Oleic Acid: Cashews contain less fat than most nut varieties, and nearly 75% of it is heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Cashews are rich in oleic acid, the same “good” fat found in olive oil. Studies show that increasing your levels of oleic acid can do wonders to protect your cardiovascular system. Low-fat diets supplemented with monounsaturated fat can help reduce triglyceride levels, LDL “bad” cholesterol, and lower your risk for heart disease.

2) All-Around Health Nut: Cashews provide an excellent source of nutrients. Just 1/4 cup of cashews provides over 35% of the Daily Value (DV) for copper and 25% DV for magnesium. Copper is involved in many important metabolic processes: it helps our bodies utilize iron, prevents free radicals from damaging cells, and supports the development of our bones and connective tissue. Magnesium is required for the body to absorb calcium and can reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis. Cashews are also rich in protein, antioxidants, and potassium.

3) Health and Longevity: A 2013 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine examined 76,464 women and 42,498 men and found that consumption of nuts such as cashews was inversely associated with total and cause-specific mortality. The study also found that eating nuts regularly can stave off weight gain. Previous studies have indicated that the high nutrient content of unsaturated fats, dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals in nuts may help reduce the risk for chronic conditions such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

How are cashews harvested?

Cashews come from the fruit of a tropical evergreen tree, which grows red flowers that turn into juicy cashew apples when they are ready to be harvested. The cashew nut is contained within the shell that grows from the fleshy stalk of the cashew apple. The process of removing the shell of the cashew nut is often labor-intensive because mechanical methods are difficult due to the fruit’s unique and varying shape. Sometimes the shells can be removed in a centrifugal cracking machine which breaks the shells open by forcing them against metal plates. Since the double shell surrounding the cashew contains urushiol, the same chemical found in poison ivy, both unroasted and roasted varieties are first steamed to release any chemicals left behind from the shell, to make them completely safe and edible.

Storage Tips

Cashews can be stored in the pantry and should be consumed within a few weeks because their high oil content makes them perishable. Cashews can be kept in an airtight container for up to six months in the fridge, or for up to one year in the freezer. If you plan to store cashews for longer than one month, they should be transferred to an airtight container or kept in their original package and placed in a freezer bag.

We also carry wholesale cashews.