THE NEW MILLENNIUM
The new millennium finds a strengthened company, with an even clearer vision to produce consistently high quality food.
In 2003, management was transferred to a third generation of farmers, which again brought intensive restructuring in the renewal of machinery and production processes. The land area being tilled expanded to 2,000 hectares, with the acquisition of two notable farms, “La Lucrecia” and “Santa Ana”. In addition to local expansion, the team began routine farming operations in Bolivia.
This new generation was passionate about their twofold goal of protecting the environment and increasing production standards, leading them to the decision to produce organic food. They brought together their collective experience to prepare one of their farms for organic chia seed production, to be followed later by more grains and legumes such as maize, soy, beans and chickpeas, among others.
These nutriments are produced under rigorous quality control systems and regular monitoring from relevant auditing authorities, yet maintain adherence to ancient methods of production.
Today, the produce is exported to Denmark, Germany, Norway, Japan and Australia, among others.