Acai

The acai berry fruit is one of the most nutrient dense “superfoods” in the world. Acai is abundant in antioxidants, Omega 6, Omega 9 fatty acids which are rarely found in fruit...

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Amaranth

Amaranth is also known by the name Kiwicha, and has been cultivated in the Americas for thousands of years. It is a high protein grain with high levels of Lysine...

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Camu camu

Camu camu is a berry that grows wild in the floodplains of the Amazon rainforest of Peru...

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Chia

Chia seeds are one of the world’s oldest superfood, documented to have been eaten by the ancient Aztecs and Mayans as early as 3500 BC, the name “chia” literally translates to “strength” in Mayan...

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Cocoa

The cocoa tree is native to the Americas and grows in regions closer to the Equator. In Peru it is found in the Amazon rainforest regions...

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Golden berries

“Aguaymanto” is the native name that the Incas gave to this wonder-berry from Peru. Golden berries are rich in vitamins A, B and C...

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Kaniwa

Kaniwa, also known as “baby quinoa”, scores higher than Quinoa in protein, iron, magnesium and calcium...

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Lucuma

It is a native fruit of the Peruvian Andean region. It grows at elevations of between 2,700 and 3,000 meters above sea level. According to historians, natives´ consumption of lucuma pre-dates the Inca Empire...

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Maca

Maca is a root that has grown in the Andes before the Incas started using it as a gift to the gods in ceremonies and rituals...

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Purple corn

Purple corn has been grown in Peru for thousands of years. The pigment giving purple corn its vivid color derives from an exceptional content of a class of polyphenols...

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Quinoa

Quinoa is now included in the regular diet of health conscious people from around the world. It contains no cholesterol and is allergy free...

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Sacha Inchi

It contains a high quantity of fatty oils (54%), proteins (33%) and it is also one of the seeds with the highest amount of Omega 3 (49%)...

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Yacon

Yacon is a root that is amazingly sweet and delicious. Yacon’s sweetness comes from fructo-olifosaccharides, which makes it a low-calorie and low-glycemic food, and thus it is great for people suffering from diabetes...

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Brazilian Nut

Brazil Nuts or Amazonian Nuts (Bertholletia excelsa) is grown in the forest of Peru, Brazil, and Bolivia.

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Seasonality

Products Jan Febr Mar Abr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Quinua
kiwicha
Kaniwa
chia
cocoa
Lucuma
aguaymanto
yacon
camu camu
Acai
Maca
Purple Corn
Tarwi
Sacha Inchi
Brazilian Nut

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Testimonies

ADRIAN VERA ORTIZ Farmer
"Ecommodities is effective and easy to work with, plus they always pay on time. Furthermore, they are very loyal and are interested in working long-term. Their clear vision of the future is something that we can relate to."

"Ecommodities has a high interest in their suppliers and is interested in not only high-quality, but also, working sustainably, without causing environmental damages."
Daniel Oneill Customer
"My clients have increased their orders since they first started trying the quinoa breakfast cereal. It is a great product and am looking forward to try more of them."

"I appreciate their high interest in working with local Andean farmers and helping them grow as a business. Furthermore, their products are one of a kind and have a great quality and uniqueness."
Jeremy Redshaw Operations Manager
"Here at Ecommodities, we dedicate our potential to providing more than just a product, but a service. Furthermore, our ability to adapt to our client´s specific market needs, in order for them to satisfy their own customers, is the drive of our team. We look forward to expanding to new markets and sharing the deep culture that our company and country has to offer.
I appreciate the work that we do here at Ecommodities and feel that this company promotes personal and professional growth for its employees."