Several world´s health organization consider our Andean grains as super foods due to their extraordinary nutritional value. They are an excellent option for an adequate nourishment thanks to their high content of proteins, essential amino acids and minerals.
As a company, we are not only engaged in the production and distribution of our products but also forging strategic alliances with producers, wholesalers, distributors, importers and exporters.
We serve over 300 clients in 40 countries which is an indication of our large production capacity and high quality standards
Our plants produce more than nine tons per hour, sufficient capacity to export all over the world. Our products are available in all supermarkets and other channels in the local market. Alisur has sufficient storage capacity all year round.
We possess approximately 15,000 m2 in both, plants and warehouses, working daily to meet production requirements. Our installations are not only designed for machinery and technology, but also for all our staff to provide for their comfort and optimal performance.
Our worldwide clients demand from us compliance with different quality standards and certifications. Therefore, we are always pursuing and procuring state of the art technology in cleaning, optical classification and packing. We use Swiss technology, which is one of the best. Our highly qualified Engineers ensure top quality products.
Our outstanding quality
Our excellent quality is achieved by the unending improvements in all stages to achieve the best results.
Raw materials enter our plants under strict controls for quality, weight and packing.
We have at our disposal cutting edge technology for processing and selection of grains.
We offer different options in packing materials and weights.
The containers of our products leave directly from our plants and shipped all over the world.
The quality of our products and the technology used are certified by the principal international certifying entities.
We are the largest Peruvian exporters of Andean grains
Source: ADEX 2017