Quinoa: ancient Peruvian superfood

Quinoa is an ancestral grain from the high Andean zones of South America cultivated in South America for 5000 years.

Its consumption has been spreading internationally thanks to its high nutritional value – quinoa delivers 10 amino acids essential for humans, it has 40% more lysine than milk and it provides high content of proteins as well as minerals.

Peru is currently the world’s leading producer and exporter of quinoa. The main producing regions are located in the center and south of the country.

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