Kiwicha (Amaranthus caudathus)

It is an Andean grain that was part of the food diet of the Inca culture, and that is currently in the process of revaluation and growth in its consumption due to the nutritional properties it brings to the human being as it is a 100% natural product.

  • In grain.
  • In Hojuelas.
  • In Pop.
  • In Flour.


It provides a high protein value, as well as minerals calcium, phosphorus, iron and zinc, vitamins E and B complex. It contains leucine, an essential amino acid that replaces glucose in periods of fasting.