Our strategic pillars


We are committed to work hand in hand with our indigenous communities

in order to create fair and sustainable productive networks in the benefit

of our environment, producers and customers all around the world.

circular economy

At Healthy Superfoods, we base our activities on a circular economy model which aims to maintain the value of products and materials for as long as possible, reducing waste as much as possible. This approach aims to make a efficient use of the natural resources, reduce the effect our activities have on our environment and supports family and organic farming.  

organic food


Our products are produced by methods that comply with the standards of organic farming: cycle resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. We are a USDA, EU and and RTPO Peru organic certificatied company and our professional staff has many years of experience in the food industry.

ethical and sustainable


A fair and ethical relationship among all shareholders of the supply chain gives farmers and grower a better price and better trade conditions that allow them to improve their living circumstances and plan for the future. Fair trade gives consumers the possibility to contribute to in a positive way through their daily shopping. At Healthy Superfoods, our corporate responsibility aims to carry out actions that benefit the community and minimize the negative effects of our activities on the environment.

well-being, nutrition and sustainability

Nutrition is a critical part of health and development. Better nutrition is related to improved infant, child and maternal health, stronger immune systems, safer pregnancy and childbirth and longevity.

Healthy children learn better. People with adequate nutrition are more productive and can create opportunities to gradually break the cycles of poverty and hunger.

Malnutrition, in every form, presents significant threats to human health. Today the world faces a double burden of malnutrition that includes both undernutrition and overweight.



Peru is one of the ten megadiverse countries in the world, which represents a great opportunity. Its geographical and microclimate diversity favors a great variety of superfoods to grow naturally and in abundance.

Growing superfoods - like quinoa and kiwicha - is a heritage from thousands of years ago. Our farmers know nature, and are experts in planting and harvesting food. Native food plants number around 787 species, which are consumed in various forms (vegetables, starch, seeds, almonds, sap, latex, fruit, roots, tubers, bulbs, bark, flowers, and oil). Of these 107 are domesticated and exclusively cultivated; 160 are used wild, but are also cultivated; and the rest are exclusively wild. Most of the plants used as food are Amazonian (70%)



Peru is a leading country in the protection of ancient traditions and ancestral knowledge. More than two million peasant families apply this knowledge related to the field and transmitted over several generations. Thus, we have up to 4500 native species of known uses, and we are a leading country in the use of aromatic and medicinal plants and herbs.

The philosophical principle, apparently it was very simple, the sun, the moon, the stars and the natural resources, were part of his divinity for which they owed him respect and veneration for their use.

Techniques such as the construction of terraces or platforms allowed many pre-Hispanic populations to maximize the use of the soil and prevent its erosion. On the other hand, the ancient peoples of Peru built technologies for the conservation and movement of water such as aqueducts and irrigation canals.