According to a recent study, the most expensive cashews are the ones grown in Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
The least expensive are the one produced in Myanmar, according to an analysis by the Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
The analysis also found that the cheapest cashews come from Bangladesh.
“This study clearly shows that most of the world’s cashews and other nut crops are not produced from the best farming practices, as is the case in India,” said J.K. Srinivasan, the director-general of the FAO.
“Instead, they are being grown under the worst conditions.
The quality of cashews is deteriorating.
We have no choice but to make changes in our food system.”
The FAO study, which examined over 1,200 varieties of cashew, found that in India, cashews produced in the country accounted for half of the total.
In fact, the number of varieties in India was greater than the total number of nuts.
For example, the FAo analysis found that more than 60 percent of the cashew varieties in Sri Lankan and Myanmar were imported.
However, the majority of the Indian cashew is produced in Sri Tamils in the south of the country.
The most expensive, or best, cashew comes from the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
Its price per kilogram is Rs. 2,100, about twice as much as the least expensive, cheaper, and less expensive cashes.
The highest-priced cashew has an average price of $2,200 per kilo.
The lowest-priced is $800, the average price for the highest- and lowest-price cashews in India is $7,600.
In recent years, the country has seen a boom in the cultivation of casheys.
In 2013, the Ministry of Agriculture announced that there would be a new industry to be created in the Indian subcontinent, in which cashews would be grown in different locations.
The government said that the new industry would attract investment of $200 million a year.
The demand for cashews has also increased over the past two years.
According to the Ministry, demand for the cashews grew from $400 million in 2013 to $1.8 billion in 2016.
A lot of the demand comes from India’s northern and central states where farmers grow the cashees.
For instance, in Uttar Pradesh, where Madhya Punjab is located, the state government has planted more than 200,000 hectares of casheries.
It is estimated that over $200 billion worth of cashes were produced in India in 2016, according the Ministry.
The ministry said that in 2017, the amount of cashers in Uttar is expected to exceed $2 billion.
In 2017, over 500,000 casheeds were planted in the state.
India has also begun to take the cultivation more seriously in the north of the state, where a lot of land is being developed to increase the cultivation.
According the ministry, in 2016 the total area cultivated in the region increased by 16 percent, from 1.35 million hectares to 2.05 million hectares.
According a government report, this growth has come largely due to a combination of incentives and investment in the development of the northern states.
“The north has become an emerging center of casemaker development, with a lot more land being developed and investment is being made in the North and Central regions,” said N.B. Khandelwal, a government official who is responsible for the development and marketing of the area.
“There is a huge demand for this cashew variety, and the cultivation has increased in the last couple of years.
We expect to see the cashest increase in cultivation in the next few years.”