Cashew Kernel Price Today
Cashew Kernel Price Today, September 09, 2017
W240: 5.20-5.25; W320: 5.05-5.15;
W450/ SW320/ LBW: 4.9-4.95;
DW: 4.5-4.6; WS/WB: 4.35-4.6;
LP: 3.75-3.85 (SP: Limited)
(Unit: USD/ Lb FOB HCMC/ Flexi packs)
Note: The above selling prices for non-Chinese markets/ Prompt shipment.
Thứ Hai, 29 tháng 2, 2016
February 29, 2016, Ullal, dhns
Thứ Bảy, 27 tháng 2, 2016
Vsakhapatnam: Cashew, which is grown as a mixed crop across 1.2 lakh acres of land in the district including the Agency belt, has been one of the mainstays of the farmers in the region. However, this year, cashew is likely to disappoint the farming community due to various reasons and ryots are already speculating that even if there is a price hike per bag this time, the loss of crop acerage will still put them in the red.
Last year, each bag was sold for Rs 8,000. P Srinivasa Rao, a senior retired field scientist who still assists the district administration, said, "Late blooming is an issue that bothers farmers a lot. Whenever there is an extended cold season with heavy dew, the trees bloom later than usual. Usually, cashew should be in full bloom by the month of February. This time, it has not happened chiefly because of an extended cold season. We are expecting the trees to bloom properly after the first week of March and, hopefully, they will flower to their potential."
But farmers are worried that even if the trees bloom properly, if the market is already flooded with cashew from elsewhere, the prices will fall instead of going up. C Kami Naidu, a farmer from Ramannapalem village in Makkavaripalem mandal, said, "Just because the trees bloom late does not mean that the farmers and those who take the crop on lease will make a killing. It all depends on how the markets function. Once the market is flooded with cashew from down south, the prices will fall and we may not be able to make the money we think we can. For that matter, prices could even crash."
Keeping a close watch on the situation, the horticulture department officials have advised the farmers to wait and watch and hoping that there will be no crop loss as far as cashew is concerned.
"Late blooming is an issue that bothers farmers a lot. Whenever there is an extended cold season with heavy dew, the trees bloom later than usual. Usually, cashew should be in full bloom by the month of February. This time, it has not happened chiefly because of an extended cold season. We are expecting the trees to bloom properly after the first week of March and, hopefully, they will flower to their potential," said P Srinivasa Rao, Senior retired field scientist.
El Niño is definitely also having an impact on West African cashew crops, Global Trading & Agency observed in a report today.
Thứ Năm, 25 tháng 2, 2016
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Official opening of the 2014 campaign marketing l`anacarde
Monday, February 17 2014 Abidjan (Caistab). Minister l`Agriculture, Coulibaly Sangafowa officially opened the 2014 campaign for the marketing l`anacarde, attended by industry players. The price of cashews is set at 225 CFA francs / kg. Malamine Sanogo, director general of the Council of cotton and cashew.
The second edition of the International Exhibition of Equipment and Processing Technology of Cashew (SIETTA) will take place from 17 to 19 November 2016 at the Palace of Culture of Treichville. To promote this important event dedicated to the cashew and the actors in this sector, the director general of the Council of cotton and cashew currently staying outside of Côte d'Ivoire. Sanogo Malamine led the Ivorian delegation of the Cashew Exporters Association of Ivory Coast (AEC-CI) and the Groupement des Industriels Cashew (ICG-CI) and the INP-HB researchers for this mission promotion that began February 18, 2016 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.From 18 to 21 February Malamine Sanogo took part in the second edition of Word 2016 Cashew Convention, a framework that allows exporters and importers of raw cashew nuts and cashew kernels, industrial equipments and promoters of transformation , private and governmental structures of support to meet and discuss the issues and developments in the global cashew industry. Due to its position as the leading producer and exporter of raw cashew nuts, the Ivorian delegation received during the two and half days of work, five interventions that allowed each of its components to present the developments in the sector cashew in Ivory Coast, investment opportunities and to invite participants from Asia, Europe, America and Africa in the 2nd edition of SIETTA. Malamine Sanogo responded to the invitation of the Vietnam Cashew Association (VINACASS), grouping the entire value chain of the cashew in Vietnam, the second importer of Ivorian origin nuts and leading exporter of cashew kernels. During his presence in Ho Chi Minh City, the Director General of the Council of cotton and cashew had high level meetings with key players in the cashew sector of Vietnam, visited processing plants and facilities equipment manufacturers of processing. He took part in the launch of the marketing year cashews from the Ivory Coast which was a first in trade between the two countries on cashew.
Tue Feb 23, 2016
Chủ Nhật, 21 tháng 2, 2016
Thứ Bảy, 20 tháng 2, 2016
Cashew nut farmers in the Nkoranza District in the Brong Ahafo Region are pleading with government to come to their aid.
The farmers, mostly from Kranka, Dorma-Kradaso and Brofoyeduru are totally deserted from all assistances other farmers benefit from government.
This came to the limelight when a survey was conducted by Good Governance Africa-West Africa (GGA-West Africa) within some selected farming communities in the region.
Expressing their grievances - the farmers called for a special board to regulate activities with respect to sales, market, farm inputs among others regarding cashew nut production as done for cocoa and other foreign exchange products.
They also nit-picked of the increasing high cost of labor, fertilizer, pesticides and other farm inputs.
According to GGA-West Africa - the central government’s grant on fertilizers does not benefit these farmers.
However, despite being the largest producers of cashew nuts in Ghana for exportation, the aged farmers noted that sooner or later, their farm products will die out if an alternative source of water is not produced for them for irrigation.
“We are pleading to the Central government and other individuals to construct dams to serve as a reserve and augment the seasonal rainfall pattern.” - This they said will aide them in cultivating other crops as supplements for the cashew nuts.
GGA-West Africa is however advocating for a more efficient and effective Agric sector which has the interest of all farmers at heart and does well to eliminate the stereotype of farmers being the poorest individuals in Ghana.
Chinese and Indian businessmen are the main buyers of cashew nuts in the country, however, according to Mama Saliu Lamba who heads the new Chamber of Commerce, they are not coming to the country due to prevailing insecurity.