We’ve built trusted relationships with our growing communities, ensuring both parties benefit.
We have established direct relationships with farmers in quinoa and chia-growing regions in Peru, working closely with our growing communities to make a positive impact, with over 2,000 quinoa and chia farmers AtSource+ certified, with our organic supply chain totalling over 2,000 farmers.
Over and above agriculture, we focus on improving the health and nutrition of communities by delivering education programmes and providing non-agriculture inputs.
We’re honoured that our business has been selected as a flagship project by the Food Action Alliance for our work with local nutritionists, female farmers, and farming communities. With support from USAID, we’re training smallholder quinoa farmers to build their sustainable organic capacity enabling them to achieve organic and AtSource+ certification and increase their yield by 10% on average.
Our sustainability programmes positively impact our farmers. We focus on optimising farm economics and creating a positive environmental and social impact in the communities and landscapes in some of the least developed areas of the country.
We collaborate with farmers to develop solutions, which improve yields, quality and market access, and provide training on forest preservation, reforestation and climate smart agri-practices.
Working with Us
Whether it’s a seasonal or a permanent position you’re interested in, we seek talented individuals to join our team and offer a range of opportunities to grow.
Visit our careers section for more information on the types of roles and vacancies available.