Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) is native from the Peruvian-Ecuadorian Amazon. Our derivatives such as the powder, butter, nibs and organic cocoa liquor have superior organoleptic qualities as they are developed from native varieties (chuncho, white cocoa beans, etc.) and grown directly. by Amazonian communities in their original ecosystem.
At AMAZON ANDES we are producers, suppliers and exporters of organic products derived from Peruvian Cacao (raw, natural and alkaline). We offer wholesale prices for importers and distributors. We are suppliers of the best raw material from the Andean-Amazonian area in Peru.
We have an active certificate by Control Union Peru for USDA-NOP, EUROPE, CANADA and JAPAN. We have FDA certified facilities. We also offer the EOM service or private label in the following products:
We have HACCP and GMP quality certifications by NSF. Batch certificates of analysis and samples are available.
We are the best supplier alternative from origin. The best amazonian Cacao powder supplier.
USE OF CACAO
The recommended way to consume cocoa is using the whole cocoa bean, with all its shell and raw material, it can also be consumed in something called cocoa powder , this way the cocoa can be consumed in a smoothies, cereal, or hot.
Many of the traditional properties attributed to cocoa are due to the presence of polyphenols, it has been shown that this compound content is higher in cocoa powder, followed by cocoa nibs.
In the Amazonian tribes are credited with increasing longevity, this was proven scientifically resulting in the intake of 2.11 g per day improves quality of life and slows the aging cardiovascular. There are many studies that try to demonstrate the benefits of cocoa attributed by ethnic consumption.
SIDE EFFECTS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS OF CACAO
Pregnancy / Lactation: Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) when used in moderate amounts or in amounts used in food. Avoid doses higher than those found in food because their safety and effectiveness have not been proven. Caffeine content should be limited during pregnancy.
Interactions: None well documented. Adverse Reactions: Children who consume large amounts of chocolate and caffeinated beverages may experience tics or restlessness. Ingredients in chocolate can precipitate migraines, and cacao products can be allergenic.
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