Midagri and Produce will boost the demand for Andean grains with support from the national industry of Peru

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Published Apr 13, 2024

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In a recent meeting, the Minister of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, Ángel Manero, and the Minister of Production, Sergio González, discussed strategic actions to promote the demand for Andean grains like quinoa, kiwicha, and cañihua, which are primarily cultivated in Peru's southern mountains. The discussions aimed at improving the commercial productive coordination among small producers and establishing consensus with the private sector to ensure rural sustainability. These grains, known for their health benefits, support the livelihood of over 125,000 families in the high Andes, and are at the heart of a significant project led by Manero to develop the southern region of Peru.
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The Minister of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, Ángel Manero, held a meeting with the Minister of Production, Sergio González, to articulate strategic actions that will promote the demand for Andean grains, hand in hand with the national industry. During his intervention, Manero Campos detailed the need to strengthen the commercial productive coordination of small producers of quinoa, kiwicha and cañihua, located mostly in the southern mountains of Peru. In addition, he explained the need to agree with the private sector on the details of the measure and seek consensus to achieve rural sustainability in the country. As is known, on April 3, during his speech before the Congress of the Republic, the head of Midagri announced that he has been working on a large project for Andean grains that will allow the entire south of Peru to be developed. Superfoods Andean grains are considered superfoods due to their content of primary metabolites such as starches, minerals, proteins, ...
Source: AgroPeru
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