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Cashew is famous all around the world – especially for the nuts they possess which come with a heavenly taste and a basket of nutrients. Cashew trees are native to Brazil although cultivations have expanded extensively to Eastern African countries, Southeast Asia, India, and Sri Lanka. Ceylon Cashew has a prominent place in international markets due to its quality and the unique taste that it has maintained for centuries. According to history, Cashew cultivation was introduced to Sri Lanka by the Portuguese in the 16th century. Since Sri Lanka is a tropical country, it has a favourable climate to grow fruitful Cashew trees all around the island.  Cashew fruit – also known as cashew apple, which is pale to red in colour according to ripeness and variety. It tastes sweet and astringent. At the bottom of the fruit, there’s a nut glued to the apple which is world-famous for its mouthwatering taste and nutrients.
Ingredients Of Cashew Nuts
Ten grams of cashew nuts contain 4.4g of fats which are healthy, 3g of carbohydrates along with essential dietary fibre, 1.8g of protein, sodium, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, copper, manganese, sugar, and vitamin B6 and C. 

With a rich set of nutrients, Cashew nuts can bring a number of health benefits as follows:

  • Improve heart health

  • Support to maintain blood sugar at healthy levels

  • Improve immunity

  • Help to keep blood pressure at healthy levels

  • Improve brain health

  • Help to strengthen bones

  • Improve eye health