Tanzania’s Mtwara Port is expected to handle at least 250,000 tonnes of cashews this season ©  Jordan Lye / Getty Images
Tanzania’s Mtwara Port is expected to handle at least 250,000 tonnes of cashews this season © Jordan Lye / Getty Images

Port steps up to meet global demand for cashew nuts

30 September 2021

Tanzania’s Mtwara Port is to operate round the clock to fast-track and streamline cashew exports as it seeks to take advantage of high international demand for the commodity.

The government has also allowed cooperatives and warehouses to operate on a 24-hour basis throughout the coming cashew nut trading season, which begins in October.

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