Peru Brings Powerful Superfoods to Expo Dubai | Your money


DUBAI, United Arab Emirates–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 1, 2022–

The global movement for clean and healthy food is seeing a renewed interest in Peruvian food products for the quality of their products and their superior nutritional value. It’s no surprise, then, that the Peruvian trade pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is promoting powerful superfoods as part of its 2022 trade mission.

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“Super Foods Peru” is a well-known brand in the main gastronomic markets of the world. A superfood is a food product rich in healthy nutrients. Peru is home to many products that fall into this category. Superfoods in their simplest form can be defined as nutritionally dense foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants and are considered good for health and well-being. Regular consumption of these premium products has many benefits, including helping to increase energy and vitality, regulate cholesterol and blood pressure, and fight and prevent disease.

Thousands of years ago, the fusion of Andean soil and wisdom created a special harvest in Peru. Its products, born of biodiversity and exceptional ancient innovation, are part of what is now called the family of superfoods: natural, healthy and nutritious.

Due to its microclimates and diverse topography, Peru is home to thousands of foods found nowhere else on the planet, many of which are staggeringly packed with powerful nutrients. These superfoods are known for their healing properties in their native regions of the Andes and the Amazon, and there are many superfoods native to Peru that have contributed substance and nourishment.

Peru is home to grains such as quinoa, amaranth, canihua; nuts like sacha inchi and Amazon nuts; and fruits like camu camu, avocados, grapes and lucuma, all included in the Super Foods Peru category.

Quinoa is an Andean plant native to the region around Lake Titicaca in Peru, which is a gluten-free cereal and a source of a high level of protein and essential amino acids. Peru is home to 3,000 varieties.

The qualities of Peruvian Super Foods are intimately linked to the privileged ecological diversity of the country and its millennial history. It is the basis of our award-winning gastronomy with indigenous, European, Asian and African influences, a veritable melting pot of cultures resulting in exquisite and unforgettable flavors and aromas.

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PUBLISHED: 03/01/2022 05:00/DISC: 03/01/2022 05:02

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