Salted Fried Cashew


Energy | Vitamin C | Omega 3

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Salted Fried Cashew

Enjoy our Salted Fried Cashew, full of energy and anti-inflammatory properties. This powerful dried fruit is rich in vitamin C, omega 3, calcium, iron and magnesium, which can contribute to the strengthening of bone, joint and dental structure. Try it and tell us your experience!

Ingredients: 100% of Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.), sunflower oil, and salt.

Nutritional declaration (per 100g):

Energy: 2629,31kJ/ 628 kcal

Lipids: 51.5 g

of which saturated: 8.95 g

Carbohydrates: 18.3 g

of which sugars: 6.6 g

Fibres: 5.5 g

Proteins: 20 g

Salt: 0.20 g

*May contain traces of nuts, peanuts, sesame, gluten, and sulfites. By S.A


Cashew – Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) is considered a pseudofruit or false fruit from a tropical tree, originally from Brazil. This powerful fatty fruit spread throughout the world through the Portuguese Discoveries in Asia and Africa. Highly nutritious, cashew is a food full of energy properties because it has a high quantity of vitamin C, higher than that of orange. In addition, it contains a high amount of proteins, mineral salts (calcium, phosphorus, iron, and magnesium), vitamin B, and unsaturated fats such as omega 3. The cashew is composed of two parts: cashew (pseudofruit) and fruit.

Currently, cashew cultivation is practised on a large scale in 60 subtropical and tropical countries with hot (very humid) climates, such as Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Ivory Coast and Brazil. As a rule, this food is not marketed together with its shell due to its toxic potential. The roasted cashew is produced by double cooking and then roasting. This process is carried out to improve its characteristics in terms of colour and flavour (enhanced by the possible addition of salt).

Regarding its benefits, cashew can help treat ulcers, weight loss (promotes satiety), eczema, nervous disorders, and oral infections, and even reduce bad cholesterol. In addition, it may contribute to the reinforcement of defences and improvement of the intestinal flora.

In Asia, it is common to use whole or chopped cashew in the famous curry dishes. In addition, it is used as a vegetable alternative in vegetarian cooking and as a snack in intermediate meals.

Recommended quantity: 10 gr or five cashews daily.

Store in a dry (max. 20º) and cool (max. 60% humidity) place.

Suggestions for use: You can consume cashew as a natural, salted, raw, roasted or fried apéritif. It is an excellent food to add to sweets and ice cream.

Warnings: The consumption of cashew is not recommended for people with oily skin, blemishes or acne, even for people with hypertension. Excessive consumption can cause kidney stones, diarrhoea, feeling sick and vomiting. In addition, people suffering any cancer should not consume this food because of its negative influence on the worsening of the disease. It is recommended to practice a healthy lifestyle.

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