How brazil nuts are harvested – iFaces

How brazil nuts are #harvested – iFaces
#brazilnuts do not come from farms. They are often collected from the deep #forestamazon by local people. But harvesting or collecting them is not an easy task. We have to wait for them to fall naturally. They descend from each tree between November and May at a rate of fifty miles per hour. Workers transfer them to a drying machine. They are kept in this machine for 10 to 12 hours. They are further dried for the next four days. Then they have to be cooked. Then the nuts are packed and sold. For use in chocolate bars and cakes, etc. Brazil nuts are a dry fruit that has a delicious taste and is full of body-healthy fatty acids. Vitamin C. Vitamin B1. Vitamin B2. Protein. Iron. Calcium. Phosphorus. Magnesium and potassium provide…

Video originally published at