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White Wholes 180

W-180 kernels have a whitish ivory hue, and lack any dark black or brown spotting, making them the purest of the cashew grades. (more…)

White Wholes – 210

W - 210 kernels have a whitish ivory hue, and lack any dark black or brown spotting, making them the purest of the cashew grades. (more…)

White Wholes – 240

W-240 kernels have a whitish ivory hue, and lack any dark black or brown spotting, making them the purest of the cashew grades. (more…)

White Wholes – 320

W-320 kernels have a whitish ivory hue, and lack any dark black or brown spotting, making them the purest of the cashew grades. (more…)

White Wholes – 450

W-450 kernels have a whitish ivory hue, and lack any dark black or brown spotting, making them the purest of the cashew grades. (more…)

Scorched Wholes – 210

Scorched Wholes 210 Cashew nuts have a darker reddish coloring than whites — due to overheating in the process of oil dressing or dry. (more…)

Scorched Wholes – 240

Scorched Wholes 240 Cashew nuts have a darker reddish coloring than whites — due to overheating in the process of oil dressing or dry. (more…)

Scorched Wholes – 320

Scorched Wholes 320 Cashew nuts have a darker reddish coloring than whites — due to overheating in the process of oil dressing or dry. (more…)

Scorched Wholes – 450

Scorched Wholes 450 Cashew nuts have a darker reddish coloring than whites — due to overheating in the process of oil dressing or dry. (more…)

Splits – S

Splits 'S' kernels are White/pale ivory or light ash. Kernels Split naturally lengthwise (more…)