The History and Background of the Cajueiro (Cashew) plant, a resource from the rainforest.
The Cajueiro, also known as a cashew or Anacardium occidentale, is native to Brazil and certain areas of South and Central America. It usually grows in tropical forests and occasionally grassy areas. The tree grows up to 15 meters high (about 60 ft) and has a thick trunk with branches that encase and wind around the tree and that often reach the ground. On the lower branches, pink and yellow flowers grow on spikes and the fruit of the tree is a red or yellow pear-shaped object with a cashew nut that hangs below it.
Almost every part of the tree is harvested and used. The cashew nut is…
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