Ivory Coast: Red status reached cashews

Updated Jun 7, 2023
According to Isna, the global demand for cashew nuts, which are used as snacks for cooking and dessert, has decreased after the end of the corona virus epidemic, under the influence of several factors, including consumer inflation and increased production. Farmers, buyers and related experts stated that this has led to a drop in prices. Cote d'Ivoire, a country in West Africa, the world's largest producer of cocoa, has become the largest producer of cashews. Production increased from 400,000 tons in 2011 to one million tons in 2022 and is expected to reach the same level in 2023. Experts stated that production in other countries also increased during the same period. In the city of Boaki, the heart of the cashew processing industry, work has come to a near standstill as employers struggle to pay ...
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