Peru: Producer organization will export 150 tons of organic peanuts to France

Peanut Meal
Published Feb 15, 2024

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The Piura Ecological and Solidarity Agrarian Cooperative (CAES Piura) in Peru has shipped its first batch of over 20 tons of organic peanuts to France, facilitated by Sierra y Selva Exportadora. This is part of a 150-ton commitment to the Ethiquable company, with four more shipments expected by 2024. CAES Piura, comprising 147 small producers, is the first and only exporter of organic peanuts in Peru and also exports panela, chifles, and organic silk plantain flour. These exports contribute to local employment and the regional economy.
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Driven by growing global demand and the increasing trend in the consumption of healthy foods, the Piura Ecological and Solidarity Agrarian Cooperative (CAES Piura) successfully made a first shipment of more than 20 tons of organic peanuts to France, with the assistance Sierra y Selva Exportadora technique. The 20.18 tons of organic peanuts are part of a commercial commitment of 150 tons that said Cooperative plans to ship to the Ethiquable company during 2024, for which it scheduled four additional shipments, which will take place in the months of May, August, November and December. To ensure quality and guarantee commercial sustainability, Sierra y Selva Exportadora provided technical assistance service in the field and in the process plant to meet the organic, quality and certification requirements required by the purchasing company. First exporter of organic peanuts CAES Piura, made up of 147 small producers from the districts of Montero, Jilili and Sicchez, where 40 of them ...
Source: AgroPeru
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