4-5 pieces of mint cashews can be included in the diet daily. They are also used in a wide variety of dishes as toppings or to enhance the taste. However their usage in dishes, largely depends on personal preference.
Cashews must not be exposed to strong odors.
After opening, cashews must be stored in a tightly sealed container. Exposure to air will affect the crispiness of the cashews.
They must be refrigerated for longer shelf life.
Including cashews in the daily diet also lowers the risk of developing gallstones.
Mint cashews are one of the few food sources that are high in copper. Combination of calcium, manganese and copper is important for bone formation and also helps to prevent osteoporosis.
Mint cashews lower the blood pressure with the help of magnesium present in them.
- Mint cashews have many cancer fighting properties. Proanthocyanidins and high copper content in cashews help fight against cancerous cells.
Mint cashews can last upto 5 months, if kept under refrigeration. However if exposed to hot and humid conditions their taste and crispiness will most certainly change.
Mint cashews are firm and crunchy cashews, paired with salt and green mint paste to yield a delightful, savory combination. They are a versatile snack and a treat for our taste buds. Besides that, they are a great source for many vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants that are essential for good health. Mint has one of the highest antioxidant capacities of any food. Since mint is a calming and soothing herb, coating its paste over cashews makes a healthy, tangy snack. Mint contains a high amount of vitamin A, accompanied with small portions of C and B complex vitamins. Mint cashews are hence abundant in antioxidants and also a rich source of dietary minerals including copper, manganese, phosphorus and magnesium.
Jain dry fruits is committed to provide its customers with delightful qualities of mint cashews, wherever they require within the country.