MINM is a major exporter of Raw Cashew Nuts from Nigeria. We collect the cashew nuts from Nigerian farmers, package and ship them fully dried and non mixed. Popularly called Kaju Nuts in Nigeria; we sell cashew nuts in wholesale at affordable rates. We simplify the process to make everything seamless for you to order from the comfort of your home or office; we assure you of getting the best prices in Nigeria Market. ₦0.00 In Stock FeaturedAdd To Cart Add To Wishlist
We source our cashew nuts directly with Nigerian Farmers, we are able to deliver them to you at low prices. Cashews, which are seeds as opposed to nuts, they are light-colored and kidney-shaped nuts we often see. They are the fruit of the tropical tree called Anacardium occidentale that produces the bitter-tasting cashew apple. Cashews have been used in traditional medicine systems for centuries to heal various ailments, including poor heart health and diabetes. They are native to coastal Brazil and today are popular across Nigeria and other parts of the globe.
Due to their high nutrient density and supply of many vital minerals, cashews and other nuts are often recommended most often to improve heart health. Cashews are rich in unsaturated fatty acids and numerous other beneficial compounds, including plant-based protein; dietry fibre; minerals like coppper, zinc and magnesium; plus antioxidants in the form of phytosterols and phenolic compounds. The composition of the cashew kernel is about 21 percent protein, 46 percent fat and 25 percent carbohydrates (a portion of which is indigestible fiber), making it a filling, high protein and high-fat food choice.
One of the key factors of cashews nutrition is their healthy fat content. Cashews are primarily made up of unsaturated fats in the form of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs that contain oleic acid) plus a smaller proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAS mostly in the form of linoleic acid). Roughly 62 percent of the cashew’s fats are monounsaturated fat, 18 percent polyunsaturated fats and the rest a mix of saturated fats. Because of the positive effects of MUFAs and PUFAs on metabolism and other bioactive functions, many studies associate cashew consumption (and nut consumption in general) with a reduced risk for coronary heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity. They are used for various foods and cuisines, especially in Asian cuisine.