Mozambican firm eyes 41,000 tons processed cashew output

November 2015

The chairman of the Cashew Industry Association (Aicaju), Mohammed Yunus Abdul Gaffar has said the country’s cashew processing companies will process 41,500 tons of nuts by the end of the year, a 66 percent increase compared to the 25,000 tons processed in 2014, APA can report on Friday.

Addressing the opening ceremony of the 2015/2016 cashew sales campaign, an event that took place in Muecate district, Nampula province, Gaffar said he expected the cashew campaign to be good, which was the basis for growth of the processing industry.

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