Every year, Ghana produces 20,000 metric tons of cashew.

According to William Agyapong Quaittoo, CEO of the Tree Crop Development Authority (TCDA), the nation currently produces 20,000 metric tons of cashews annually, with plans to raise that amount to 30,000.

Every year, Ghana produces 20,000 metric tons of cashew.
Every year, Ghana produces 20,000 metric tons of cashew.

In the last three years, he claims, Ghana’s production has increased from 17,000 metric tons to 20,000 metric tons annually, with a steady upward trend approaching 30,000 metric tons.

The head of TCDA disclosed this information while expressing his happiness with the performance on the fringes of the Cashew Research Dialogue, which was held in Accra from April 14–17, 2024. He said, “I’m happy with the rate at which cashew is developing in a country.”

The sixth edition of the Council of Ministers’ Conference of the Consultative International Cashew Council (CICC), which is presently taking place in Accra and is scheduled to conclude on Saturday, April 20, 2024, is being commemorated with a number of events, including the Cashew Research Dialogue.

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