Roasted and salted cashews

Parisi’s Roasted and Salted Cashews are a perfect crunchy and tasty appetizer ideal for munching alone or with friends, before dinner, at the office or during an aperitif.
Contrary to what you might think, they are less fatty than other types of nuts; in fact, they have unsaturated fats as well as being rich in nutrients and vitamins.

Parisi cashew can be found roasted with and without salt.

 Rich in magnesium
 Mild flavor
 Available in various sizes and packages

Origin: India/Vietnam


Roasted and salted cashews Parisi, in the aurora of copper, they stand as guardians of health and magic.

The delicious seeds of the cashew apple, fruit of the tropical evergreen tree anacardium, tell stories of ancient days in northeastern Brazil, later spreading to lands as far away as India, Vietnam, and Nigeria.

The mysterious cashews harbor a whispered secret among the dried fruits: a light heart, wrapped in gentle fatty acids, dances in their mysterious confines. Ancient wisdom reveres them for their gift of oleic acid, which watches over the enchantment of the heart and arteries.

Due to its high magnesium content, Parisi Cashew is a fruit to be consumed for its countless benefits; it helps fight stress by strengthening nerve and muscle tone.
Cashews or cashew nuts refer to the achenes, of the Brazilian tree plant Anacardium occidentale Linn.

They appear as small bean-like nuts; (kidney-shaped).

The seed is yellowish-white in color and is characterized by a sweet, oleaginous taste.
Cashews are also known by the appellation Indian almonds or cashews; other appellations include acajou or cashew nuts, casher nuts or even noix acajou, noix d’Arabie.

They contain high percentages of unsaturated fats that improve bad cholesterol levels while increasing good cholesterol; it also contains several minerals and vitamin E.

Cashew Gems: Virtues and Benefits

Steeped in virtues, cashews have a slimmer lipid content than other nuts, predominantly composed of unsaturated fatty acids. Rich in vitamins, magnesium and potassium, they shine for their richness in copper.

  • Squires against evil
  • Sorcerers of the heart
  • Keepers of the bones
  • Adversaries of headaches and spasms
  • Guardians of the gallstones
  • Allies in the battles against weight
  • Masters of the culinary arts
  • Keepers of teeth and gums
  • Faustian sovereigns of sleep
  • Free radical hunters
  • Guardians of the light in the eyes

Cashews: Culinary Art

Enjoyed raw as a snack, often roasted and salted, they prove excellent companions for sweet and savory creations (risottos, white meats, shrimp, grilled or gratinated vegetables).

Their magic is released in pestos, enriching salads, fruit salads, and morning muesli with their presence.


Store in cool, dry places, away from sources of heat and moisture.

Additional information

Nutritional Values

100 g of product contains:

Energy 2504kJ / 603kcal
Fat 46g
of which saturated fat 9.2g
of which monounsaturated 27g
Of which polyunsaturated fatty acids 7.8g
Carbohydrates 30g
of which sugars 5.0g
Fiber 3.0g
Protein 15g
Salt 0.0g
Vitamin K 35mcg
Thiamine (B1) 0.2mg
Vitamin B6 0.3mg
Folic acid (B9) 69.0mcg
Potassium 565mg
Phosphorus 490mg
Magnesium 260mg
Iron 6.0mg
Zinc 5.6mg
Copper 2.1mg
Manganese 2.0mg


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