The cultivation of Brazil originated cashew tree, was an exclusive deal limited to tropical areas and its production was dominated by certain countries for decades. But now, thanks to the emerging distinguished export companies, it has spread beyond this limited geographical scope to dominate millions of hectares in West and East Africa and supported the labor powers to promote High quality products with selected carefully seeds and.
Facts and statistics…
The cultivation of cashew nuts was firstly introduced in Africa in 1960 and since then it has become widely known and popular in West and East Africa. Many farmers are dependent on their cultivation as a source of income.
– 85% of cashews are concentrated in small areas ranging from 0.5 to 5 ha. The cashew tree grows at a height of 100 meters above the surface. 70 to 180 trees can be planted in per hectare. In 2012, West Africa accounted for about one-third of the world’s total production of cashew nuts, of which 2% was invested in various industrial fields. Côte d’Ivoire is one of the leading producers of cashews, accounting for more than a quarter of Africa’s total product, 8% of which is from Ghana, 7% from Burkina Faso, 6% from Guinea-Bissau and 5% from Nigeria. Thus, the challenge has been achieved and a new export market with promising prospects has been created.
Bio Bustani, like other leading export companies, is working to bring its products from a limited regional scope to a global scale in cooperation with local farmers and traders.
Bio Bustani is seeking to find quick ways and clever plans to promote the cashew product and to eliminate the stagnation of ancient cashew farming in Africa. This is a part of a solid marketing, time and financial plan based on accurate and in-depth studies aimed at providing the best quality crops produced in Africa. Catering to the needs of our customers.