Currently the flours are considered by agencies of the

health a superfood for its high value in vitamins, amino acids

Essentials and minerals.

Camu Camu

This small oval fruit, with a smooth surface, red color and acid center, is the result of the magical charm of one of the most important natural pantries on the planet, which brings together fabulous recipes for health and gastronomy.

  • Scientific Name: Myrciaria Dubia.
  • Custom Code: 1106.30.90.00
  • Harvest: January – March / August – December.


It grows in the Peruvian inter-Andean valleys. It is a native fruit tree present in the myths and legends of the Andean genesis. It was part of the diet of the ancient Peruvians, who represented it in their ceramics and textiles. 

  • Scientific Name: Lucuma Obovata.
  • Custom Code: 1106.30.20.00
  • Harvest: January – March / August – November.


Considered by pre-Columbian cultures as a gift from the gods, maca is a herbaceous plant native to the Andes of Peru that has multiple health benefits for those who consume it, due to its high nutritional and medicinal value.

  • Scientific Name: Lepidium Meyenii.
  • Custom Code: 1106.20.10.00
  • Harvest: June – August.


The potassium in the banana offers part of the consumption necessary to reduce the risk of blood pressure, while vitamin B6 helps the body produce hemoglobin and keep blood glucose in the normal ranges.

  • Scientific Name: Musa Paradisiaca.
  • Custom Code: 1106.30.10.00
  • Harvest: All year.


Represented by the potters of the Mochica culture in their clay pots as the origin of life, this sweet-tasting Andean root formed a vital part of our pre-Columbian past.

  • Scientific Name: Smallanthus Sonchifolius.
  • Custom Code: 1106.20.90.00
  • Harvest: June – September.