Cashew industry faces huge challenges Business

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’s cashew industry suffering Videos

Vietnam’s cashew industry suffering

Vietnam’s cashew nut industry experienced a poorer-than-expected harvest this year. While it actually saw growth in exports, value declined. Disease and natural disasters counted among the causes, as did longstanding bottlenecks in productivity, output, and value, which need to be resolved quickly in order for Vietnamese cashew nuts to maintain their leading position in the market.
Cashew nut exports up 1 percent in H1 Business

Cashew nut exports up 1 percent in H1

Despite the difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam’s cashew exports in the first half of the year increased by 16 percent in volume year-on-year and 1 percent in value to 232,000 tonnes and nearly 1.53 billion USD, according to the Vietnam Cashew Association (VINACAS).
Netherlands eyes cashew industry in Binh Phuoc Business

Netherlands eyes cashew industry in Binh Phuoc

Orientations to develop Binh Phuoc cashew nut brand was the focus of discussion at a meeting between representatives from the People’s Committee of southern Binh Phuoc province, the Dutch Embassy and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on June 14.
Cashew industry lowers export goal Business

Cashew industry lowers export goal

Vietnam’s cashew industry has targeted 300,000 tonnes of cashew exports at a value of 3 billion USD this year, a year-on-year reduction of 50,000 tonnes in volume and 500 million USD in value.
Cashew industry faces volatile weather, pests Business

Cashew industry faces volatile weather, pests

The cashew industry has achieved impressive growth in the past years with increasing exports, but unfavourable weather due to the impact of climate change and an increase of diseases and pests threaten its continued development, delegates told a recent seminar in Ho Chi Minh City.