Cashews And More

Prystay, Cris
January 2009
Forbes Asia;1/12/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p22
The article reports on the development of the $5 million company, Olam International, by Sunny Verghese in Nigeria. The company was set out 19 years ago by Verghese by selling cashew nuts processed in Nigeria to customers at trading centers in New York and London, England. The company became the world's top supplier of cashews and sesame seeds. It is also one of the three largest of peanuts, rice, cocoa, Robusta coffee and cotton.


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