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Cashew industry faces huge challenges

Vietnam exported over 206,000 tonnes of cashew nuts worth 1.19 billion USD in the first five months of 2022, down 7.81% in volume and 6.81% in value, the Vietnam Cashew Association (VINACAS) reported.

Vietnam remains world's top cashew exporter

In the past 30 years since the establishment of the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas), cashew exports have reached more than 31 billion USD, according to insiders.

Small cashew nut processors shut down as raw material becomes too expensive

Vietnam’s cashew industry has suffered heavily as raw material prices have increased sharply, while the finished product prices have decreased.

Vietnam needs more input materials to export more cashew nuts

Vietnam is among the world’s top cashew nut exporters, but it still cannot control the material supply sources.

Vietnam cashew industry: the more exports, the bigger losses

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is still the Number 1 cashew exporter in the world with 65 percent of market share, but cashew companies are facing problems such as lack of raw materials.

VN cashew industry, no 1 in world, still relies on imported raw materials

VietNamNet Bridge - The heavy reliance on import materials remains a problem for Vietnam’s cashew industry, though it remains the top cashew exporter in the world. 

Cashew industry: Time to make a bold move

 VietNamNet Bridge – A recent national cashew forum in Hanoi sponsored by the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas) focusing on ways to promote sustainability of the industry, attracted hundreds of stakeholders.

Technology transfer to Africa could kill Vietnam’s cashew industry

A plan by the HCM City University of Technology to export cashew processing technology to Africa has faced strong opposition from Vietnamese officials, who believe the move will kill one of Vietnam’s important industries.


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