Because we are a company that believes in quality and are concerned about the entire cycle of our value chain. This is why we constantly seek up-to-date information on each of our processes and how we manage to strike the ideal balance between the environment, people and our Superfoods.
Certifications / OSS / Biotrade
British Retail Consortium (BRC) Global Standard for Food Safety
An international certification standard developed to help distributors comply with legal obligations in terms of food safety and to ensure the highest level of consumer protection.
A systematic preventive process to guarantee the food safety of the products at the physical, chemical and biological levels.
Good Manufacturing Practice
Useful tools for obtaining safe products for human consumption, which are centralized in hygiene and handling.
An organic certification for agricultural products, livestock and wild collection for the European market.
An organic certification for agricultural products, livestock and wild collection for the US market.
Japanese Agricultural Standard
An organic certification for agricultural products, livestock and wild collection for the Japanese market.
Control Union Fair Choice
Specific certification for social and environmental issues between companies and farmers.
Kosher en hebreo significa ‘apto’ o ‘adecuado’ y hace referencia a los alimentos que cumplen con los preceptos de la ley judaica.
Sustainability Report 2019/2020
2019 and 2020 were complex times full of challenges that, thanks to the knowledge and social capital that we have gained over the years, we were able to deal with effectively and propose strategies to face these challenges.
We align our work with the standards that build bridges to our main markets, such as the approval of BRC(v8) and have identified the opportunity to promote products that strengthen the immune system.
Year after year, we continue to work on improving our company.
Peruvian Nature has been working for many years under the principles and criteria of Biotrade.
Biotrade refers to the collection, production, processing, and marketing of goods and services derived from native biodiversity, under the criteria of environmental, social and economic sustainability.