Under the watchful eye of the god Wiracocha, Young horticulturists make their way to the Titicaca Lake’s shore where panicles of quinoa grow. The men and women of the mountains will continue to perform this harvest ritual, which goes back 3.000 years ago since man domesticated the grain, which centuries later would become the key of food safety for the human race, this according to the UN.
Human health benefits
- Has proteins, unsaturated fatty acids and minerals.
- Contains fiber, higher than 6% of the grain’s weight.
- Favors the intestinal transit and the development of beneficial bacteria.
- Helps to prevent colon cancer.
- Is gluten free food, appropriate for celiac disease patients.
Harvest: 7 to 10 months after sowing.
Packaging for Andean Grains. Presentations from 250g to 50kg, according to customer requirements.