Impressive Production of Native Cocoa
Impressive results of the productive performance of Amazonas Native Cocoa from 250 to 2,000 kg per hectare
VII Cocoa and Chocolate Show
Lima, San Borja
The surprise was given by APROCAM Association, which achieved third place in this important event.
VANINI the Food of the Gods
Bagua cocoa used in Vanini chocolate, harvested by local Amazon communities since 3000 BC.
Business partners, in this important meeting you can see our North American partners happy and surprised by the quality of the chocolate produced by our organic cocoa that is the base for Vanini Bagua chocolates.
Peru, second exporter of organic coffee
Peru has established itself as the second world exporter of organic coffee and the first in specialty coffees, being Junín, Pasco, Cajamarca, Amazonas, San Martín, Puno and Cusco the main producing regions.
Native Aroma and Flavor
The climate, the biodiverse ecosystem and native management have allowed the development of this natural variety that is generating significant demand in global markets.
Will 2019 be a decisive year for Peruvian coffee?
A profitable coffee market. The export of Peruvian coffee has a lot of potential; however there are many factors that cause it to fall.
Increase in Exports
Cocoa Association of Amazonas increases its exports by 300%. With the assistance of Sierra Exportadora, it manages shipments to Italy.
Aprocam at the BIOFACH Germany fair
Aprocam represented by Our Manager and Administrator participated in BIOFACH in Germany. It is an Organic Products Fair that is held annually. Our purpose is to attract new customers who bet on Bagua - Amazonas cacao and coffee.
Cocoa and Poverty
The Vice President of the Republic, Marisol Espinoza, said today that the cultivation of cocoa has become an ally in the fight against drug trafficking and poverty in Peru.
Peru cocoa producing country
Peruvian cocoa is recognized as unique in the world, for its multiplicity of aromas and flavors. Today the main cocoa producing regions in Peru are Cusco, San Martín, Ayacucho and Junín, which represent 80% of the total national production.
How much can you earn with this crop?
According to José Iturrios, director of Alianza Cacao Perú, the base capital for the first three years is close to US $ 5,000 per hectare, of course, without considering the price of land.
Although it is true that cocoa left the Mesoamerican region to the rest of the world, its place of origin is not located in the isthmus of Mexico, if not in the Amazon.