Among the traditional crops grown primarily in the country's coastal regions for processing are Kenya Cashew nuts. They originate from the cashew apple tree, which has the seeds located at the base of the large yellow fruit that hangs above it.

Even after being processed, the shells are often triangular and curved. Though it may have originated in the tropical northeast of Brazil, the 12–14 meter high tree is now uncommon in Africa.

The nutrition value of cashew nuts is high. Magnesium content in seeds is 73% of the daily required amount for healthy bones and a faster metabolism.

Thirteen percent of the daily value is made up of dietary fiber, and thirty-seven percent of the daily requirements for iron are made up of improved blood oxygen transportation. Per serving, the daily value of protein is 36%.

Kenya cashew nuts are sourced from regions such as Taita in the country's coastal belt. After November through December, when the nuts flower, the majority of the family growers in the area have their nuts ready between January and March of each year. On average, they plant ten trees for each acre of land.

We run Kenya cashew nuts' oil through a kernel loading machine prior to packing.

The shells pass through a sieve after entering the chute with hot air blasted through it. 

Dust and other foreign objects that are lighter than shells are separated from them by the sieve.

Steam roasting the outer kernel is the next step in the process. In a deep drum, we boil the Kenya cashew nuts for approximately twenty minutes. 

When they are ready, we take them out and let them dry for another full day so that cutting the shells in the next step of the warehouse will be easier.

Peeling the inner membrane that covers the nuts' hidden white content is the third step. 

We soften the shells of the nuts using the oven once more, and then we hand-shell each one to preserve the white content.

Grading the processed cashew nuts—which are now only available as white, oil-rich seed is the last stage. 

In terms of size, texture, and white color, we typically sort into nine grades. 

Generally, we assign grades in accordance with internationally recognized standards.

We then feature them one last time in the oven for crisp color enhancement just before packing, having selected the best and the least in the highest and lowest grades, respectively.

For shipping to Europe and the Middle East, we package Kenya cashew nuts in 35-pound, or roughly 11.3-kilogram, square tins. 

To preserve the moisture content to about 8% of the dry nut, we also use smaller containers—up to 10 kg—with airtight top covers.

Every one of our tin packets has a vacuum interior that contains only CO2 as an inert gas to eliminate any infection. 

Next, we use an airtight, non-toxic metal-free material to seal the tins. By doing this, the produce's shelf life may be prolonged by several months.

Additionally, we package the Kenyan cashew nuts in internationally recognized plastic bags. 

Polyurethane interiors are included with these to preserve the nuts.
We keep the nuts in storage with a minimum moisture content of 8%. 

When they are completely crisp, we use trucks with controlled interior environments to deliver them to the airport. 

Depending on where you live, you can anticipate receiving the package in a day or two.

To put it briefly, you have found the ideal supplier if you need processed Kenya cashew nuts at any point in the future.

At ELNASHU ENTERPRISES LTD, we obtain our local nuts from agricultural regions across the nation that have obtained accreditation for Good Agricultural Practices (GAP).

Our nuts are 100% pure, as indicated by the transparent label, and none of them receive additives. 

You can select the amount that best meets your requirements. 

In terms of affordability, our rates are reasonable given the smaller size of the market. Place an order right now.

Fresh coconut, almond, cashew, and macadamia nuts from East Africa are among the other nuts and oil seeds that come from that country.

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