We are a family Agribusiness Company that we want to take advantage of the potential of our country and the wealth of our land to become suppliers of quality and purity products, in addition to offering new gastronomic experiences through a product considered a superfood with high benefits for the health and uses in various industries, giving Ecuadorian identity to a non-traditional product; We are the pioneers in the Province of El Oro, diversifying new crops and their transformation through sustainable management, making the great benefits of consuming them available to our future clients.

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The crops and the factory are located in the "Sitio San Luis" canton Las Lajas of the province of El Oro (Ecuador), in a remote rural area where few families live and currently the lack of sources of work is a social problem; Our company is the only one in the area that produces on a larger scale and supports the generation of employment, in addition to managing training on agricultural and production issues for the site, highlighting the importance of sustainable development in agriculture, contributing to the improvement of quality of community life.

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