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Bolivian Quinoa VS Spanish Quinoa

Quinoa is a type of cereal most widely used for its edible seed, which is gluten-free and a good source of fibre. The demand for organic quinoa is particularly rising within Europe, as well as in North America, due to the awareness regarding both health and the environment among the consumers.


It comes from the mountains grown in proximity to the world's largest salt flat, the Salar Uyuni, cultivated at an altitude of 3656 meters above sea level.

The plant has adapted to extreme conditions of cold and dry weather, saline soils, and high altitudes. Far from being a major obstacle, these particular conditions have made it possible to obtain larger grains and organoleptic characteristics superior to those of any other type of quinoa.

Royal quinoa grows despite frosts, extreme drought, and temperatures that drop to -20 ° C.


Is a novelty in the organic food industry, because it is locally grown, here in Europe!

Spain is currently positioned as the leading producer in Europe, with 1,693 hectares dedicated to culture Quinoa (2019). Andalucia is by far, the autonomous community in which quinoa is most cultivated.

The weather conditions with mild temperatures and little rain, mean that quinoa has adapted perfectly to the Andalusian terrain.

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