Trading

Would you like to import Products from Peru?

Along the years, Jaguar Aventura Tours has build strong partnership with our clients in Europe and Asia and also with our Peruvian Chambers of Commerce in different parts of the world.

So we would like to offer our Trading Services to all our clients.

If you are interested on importing products from Peru, don't hesitate to contact us.

We can facilitate your import transactions at very competitive rates.

Read below the list of Products that Peru is major importer to the world.

If you have any inquiry or question, please contact us to the WhatsApp +51 946060033 or email incoming@jaguaraventuratours.com

What products you can import from Peru?

The Peruvian soil is very rich, and historically the Peruvian people has develop a deep agricultural knowledge.

Peru is main world exporter of the next agricultural products

  • Quinoa

  • Avocado

  • Blueberries

  • Onion and Garlic

  • Grapes

  • Asparagus

  • Cocoa Beans

Quinoa

Basic information

Under the watchful eye of the god Wiracocha, Young horticulturists make their way to the Titicaca Lake’s shore where panicles of quinoa grow. The men and women of the mountains will continue to perform this harvest ritual, which goes back 3.000 years ago since man domesticated the grain, which centuries later would become the key of food safety for the human race, this according to the UN.

Human health benefits

- A grain of high nutritional value, it has proteins, unsaturated fa¢y acids and minerals.

- Thanks to its fiber content, higher than 6% per cent of the grain’s weight, it favors the intestinal transit, the development of beneficial bacteria and helps to prevent colon cancer.

- Gluten free food, appropriate for celiac disease patients.

The 3800 Different Types of Potatoes in Peru

In Peru you can find more than 3800 varieties of potatoes. They differ in size, shape, color, skin, pulp, texture and of cause in their taste, but all have their place in the Peruvian cuisine.

While everybody agrees that the birth place of the potato is in South America, the exact place of origin is unknown and reason for the one or other open dispute between Chile and Peru. In any case there is scientific evidence that potatoes were domesticated as early as 10,000 years ago in the High Andes of southeastern Peru and northwestern Bolivia. The oldest archeological findings were made in the area of Lake Titicaca, the area around Ayacucho and in the Valley of Chulca. The word "papa" is originally Quechua and simply means tuber.

As wild potatoes taste bitter and contain small amounts of toxins, early cultures must have spend quite a bit of an effort to select the right tubers for cultivation that are more tasty and less toxic. In the course of the centuries potatoes developed to be an important staple food and a main energy source for early Peruvian cultures, the Incas and the Spanish conquerors. It is believed that sailors returning from Peru and other countries in the New World brought potatoes back with them to Spain and England around 1570. But people were suspicious of this botanical novelty and it took around 100 years until the potato was accepted. Once established in Europe, the potato soon became an important food staple and field crop. It helped reduce famines in the 17th and 18th century. Despite being first introduced outside the Andes region only four centuries ago, today potatoes have become an integral part of much of the world's cuisine.