Ganpati Cashew

Welcome To Ganpati Cashew

Vengurla Cashew Kernels

Ganpati Cashew

The Reflection Of Taste

Ganpati Cashew

For Those Who Value Taste

Ganapati Cashew Company was established in the year2013-2014. We manufacturing, exporting and supplying of vengurla cashew kernels and cashew modak (sweet dumpling), and are located in Kudal MIDC, Sindhudurg District, Maharashtra state in Western part of India, from where the world’s best quality and tastiest cashew nuts are produced.


Cashew Modak - Ganpati Cashew


We have been able to offer high quality Cashew Modak  to our valuable customers. Due to Prasad in Temple, these products are highly demanded in the market. For timely delivery of these products, we have established a vast distribution network, which is well-connected with different modes of transportation.

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White Cashew Nuts

We provide best quality of White Cashew Nuts to our valuable clients. Our offered cashew nuts are obtained from reputed and trustworthy vendors in market. Moreover, our offered nuts are available in various packaging options and quantities as per clients’ demands. They are regarded for their freshness, rich taste

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Masala Cashew

We also provide best quality of Masala Cashew have been able to offer mouth watering to our valuable customers. These cashew nuts are known for their freshness and taste. Driven by an intense desire to attain maximum customer satisfaction

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Flavored Cashew

We are also engaged in the business of supplying the best quality Flavored Cashew. It is widely acknowledged among the patrons we have. Widely known for its rich taste and long shelf life, the entire range is offered by us at market leading rates. These cashews are intensely utilized in the food processing industry.


History Of Cashew

The Cashew was introduced to India by the Portuguese 1563 and 1570. The Portuguese bought cashew first to Goa and then spread this nutritional tree nut across the western region of India, and then further to South East Asia. a Portuguese missionary from brazil brought the cashew to Goa in order to stop soil erosion along with the West Coast of India  it is said, that edible value of the cashew nut was discovered by Goa prisoners exiled to the Portuguese territory of Africa during Goa’s freedom movement in 1752. The prisoners tried them, as a regular food item. thus, the cashew nut become a part and parcel of goan life.

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