Cashew farmers seek fixed price after ‘disastrous’ year


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Ivory Coast’s cashew producers called today for a fixed price that would allow them to make money this year, after a “disastrous” last season for the world’s biggest producer of the tasty nuts.

In 2016 the country produced 725,000 tonnes at the start of the harvest season, marred by clashes between farmers which left 33 people dead.

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