The Cashewnut Board of Tanzania (CBT) is a corporate body established by the Act No. 21 of 1984 (As amended in 1993) to replace Tanzania Cashewnut Marketing Board (TCMB). It is entrusted with the responsibility of regulating the development of the Cashew Industry in Tanzania. In undertaking its mandated roles the CBT puts more emphasis in improving efficiency and effectiveness in the cashewnut sub sector in order to meet requirements of different stakeholders thereby enabling them to contribute to the national development.
To be a competent institution for providing policy, regulatory and technical advice for a modern, effecient, and economically viable and sustainable cashewnut industry.
To promote, control and regulate all matters in the cashew industry in an efficient, effective and fair manner. The Board will achieve this through delivery of services in the highest standard of excellence to all stakeholders.