Posted March 13, 2018 10:24:28 The first batch of Cashew Nut Sensitivity kits, which will be distributed to growers in the coming months, are being distributed to cashew growers and cashew industry representatives.
The product is designed to be a more affordable option for cashew farmers and processors to buy, which means growers are paying a lot less to get the Cashew Nuts kits than the similar products currently on the market.
In a statement, John R. Schofield, CEO of Cashews Nuts, the company that is making the Cashews Sensitivity Kit, said, “We want to help growers reduce the cost of their cashew and reduce their time to harvest.
Our cashew-based products are now widely available at retailers and farmers markets.
This is an exciting opportunity for growers to increase their yield and profitability.”
Cashews Nums, a company based in Los Angeles, California, was founded by John R Schofife, an expert in the cultivation of nuts and cashews, and he and his family have been making Cashews Nut Sensensitivity Kits since 2016.
The company, which also makes Cashews Potassium Chloride, has been expanding into the market since the 2016 season, when Cashews growers in California and Nevada were unable to grow enough cashews to produce their cashews.
The Cashews products are a more expensive option for growers because the cashew is grown under a variety of conditions, including the cold and high heat.
The Cashews Sensor is made of high quality glass, with a built-in light source and a large, stainless steel lid.
The sensors will be manufactured in the U.S. and shipped worldwide.
The company plans to start distributing the Casys Sensor Kit to growers and processors by March 2019, which is a month earlier than previously anticipated.