VN, India, Brazil to establish cashew association

The Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas), together with the Cashew Export Promotion Council of India (CEPC) and the Brazilian Association of Cashew Nut Manufacturers (Sindicaju), recently discussed a plan to establish a world cashew association.

Workers at a cashew processing company in Vietnam. Vietnam, India and Brazil will establish a world cashew association (Photo:Tien Phong)

They met on the sidelines of the 4th annual conference of the African Cashew Alliance (ACA) in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.

According to the discussions, the world cashew association will be established within a year.

Vietnam, India and Brazil are currently three of the world’s leading cashew exporters.

Vinacas said that it will talk about the matter further at a meeting in late September to discuss the import of raw cashew from African countries.

Vietnam cashew processors import about 100,000 tons of raw cashew nuts from Africa annually.

By Đ.C.P – Translated by Hong Phuong

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