Top positive review
Good. Nothing to go nuts over, but good.
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2018
I've been getting these for months now, and the quality has been consistently good. I wish I had the option of getting them unsalted, but oh well, the amount of salt is "tastefully" moderate.
Let's face it: cashews are expensive; not like macadamia nuts, but still... you want to find them at a good price. Decades ago I used to buy large 5 pound containers at Sams for right around $10, but then the price went up considerably, and I also ended my Sams membership, so I have no idea how much cashews cost now at such places. This product may or may not be cheaper than what you can find in your local grocery, or the bulk bins of your health-food store, or at one of the big membership "club" stores, but it's a reasonably fair price for good quality.
There are usually quite a few smaller, broken pieces in the mix along with halves and wholes. This is not like the "premium" products that have carefully selected *whole* cashews mostly devoid of broken pieces. That might matter to you if you want to set them out at a party or something. But I really don't care about that because I'm going to *eat* them, not look at them, and eating them necessarily involves breaking them into pieces anyway.
Final tip for you: keep them in your refrigerator, not only because it might help prevent them from becoming rancid from sitting forgotten on a cabinet shelf for too long, but even if you're going to consume the entire bag in less than a month, they actually taste better (IMHO) when they're cold.