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MACA

Maca was domesticated at least 1300 to 2000 years ago and has been commonly used as a food by native Andean people because of its high nutritional value.


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CHIA

Chia is grown commercially for its seed, a food rich in Omega 3 fatty acids. Highly valued for its medicinal properties, nutritional value and…


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QUINOA

Quinoa, named “mother grain” by the Incas, has been hailed as the “supergrain of the future” for its high protein content and essential amino acids.


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CACAO

Cacao, considered the “Drink of Gods” by the Incas, is a fruit with a thousand flavors and nearly as many uses. Cacao is said to be the best antioxidant…


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GINGER

Ginger has been used for its medicinal properties for centuries among many cultures. It is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds…


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LUCUMA

Lucuma is a Peruvian fruit rich in iron, zinc, vitamin B3, calcium and protein. It was called the “Gold of Incas” as it was considered the symbol…


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CAT’S CLAW

Cat’s claw is a vine with hook-like thorns that resemble the claws of a cat. Native to the Amazon rainforests, cat’s claw bark and root have been used for…


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PURPLE CORN

Hailing from the Peruvian Andes mountains, purple corn has been used for thousands of years by the indigenous people of this region because…


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SACHA INCHI

Sacha Inchi has been cultivated for over 3000 years in the Amazon rainforest. The seeds of this plant are rich in protein, Omega 3, vitamin E, vitamin A and fiber…


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CAMU CAMU

Camu camu is a lemon sized, light orange to purplish red fruit with yellow pulp, grown in the Amazon rainforest. This fruit is packed with…


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BRAZIL NUT

Brazil nuts, commonly called nuts, are actually seeds from the Brazil nut tree which is native to South American countries…


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MACAMBO

Macambo beans, sometimes referred to as “white cacao”, and nicknamed “brain bean”, are packed with protein, fiber and mood-boosting…


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