Boost your immune system in winter
Refresh body and soul in summer
We offer new and unique exotic fruit. The fruit pulps consist of 100% untreated natural fruit, conserving all their vitamins and colors. The pulps are easily applicable and can be used in the sweet and savoury cuisine. Our fruit pulps are frozen, in bags of 1 kg and available the whole year long.
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Lulo (Quito quito)
From farm to fork
From tree to drink
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Empowering smallholder farmers
Direct partnerships with smallholder farmers provide them with a fair income and give the supply chain transparency.
Fruit farmers work in cooperatives that produce fruit pulps, they create and keep an added value for the region.
Smallholder farmers grow native fruit in a sustainable way, maintaining traditional practices of agroforestry and regenerative agriculture.
The farmers grow a broad array of cultivars that they also consume themselves, providing valuable nutrients.
We work closely with smallholder farmers in Andes and Amazonia adding real value to the fruit supply chain.
Agrobiodiversity preserves ecosystems and their genetic species variability and makes our planet habitable.
Biodiverse fields provide healthy soils, use water efficiently, pollinate crops and enhance productivity.
Growing a variety of plant species makes our food systems less vulnerable to pests and diseases.
Resilient food systems are key to resist to climate change.
We support Agrobiodiversity approaches that use wild and native fruit in the Andes and Amazonia.
We have to revalue how we co-exist with our forests, giving a better value to native and natural products.
Farmers with a sustainable income disengage from unsustainable activities.
Smallholder farmers that recognise the value of an intact nature become its guardians.
With agrobiodiversity and regenerative agriculture we save our forests.
We collaborate with smallholder farmers working in a harmonic way with nature.
Cooperativa de servicios multiples sur oriente
The cooperative consists of 36 families who live in the area of Union Progreso in Madre de Dios, a biodiverse hotspot in the Amazonian forests Southeast of Peru.
They grow Copoazu, Cacao, Brazil nuts and other fruit trees in agroforestry systems.
The Copoazu-trees serve as a buffer zone between areas affected by artisanal small-scale gold mining and the pristine forests of Madre de Dios.
They work with Caritas Peru and Caritas Germany.