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Yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius) is a native crop from the Peruvian Andes. Yacon syrup is used in the food industry as one of the best prebiotics, high sweetener capacity and for its high FOS content.

At AMAZON ANDES we are producers, suppliers and exporters of organic products derived from Yacon. 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 and also offer the EOM service or private label in the following products:

  • Yacon Powder.
  • Organic Yacon Syrup.
  • Yacon leaves powder.

Our facilities have HACCP and GMP quality certifications by NSF. Batch certificates of analysis and samples are available.

We are the best alternative from origin. The best andean Yacon supplier.


Pre-Hispanic cultures domesticated the yacón (Smallanthus Sonchifolius) in the Andean region, a plant that potentially has interesting attributes for human health and that, in the future, may represent an important source of economic income for the rural population of the region. Peru.

A few years ago this root was not given much importance because its nutritional value was considered to be very low, so the investigations were left aside. For these reasons, there is currently very little information on the cultivation, technologies and processing of yacon.

It is a root with a very pleasant and sweet flavor to the palate, which grows in the temperate inter-Andean valleys. This root has a high content of Inulin and Fructooligosaccharides1 (FOS), which cannot be assimilated by the human body because it lacks the enzymes necessary for its metabolism, thus providing a lower level of calories compared to sucrose, being an excellent option for hypocaloric diets and for diabetics.

The Smallanthus Sonchifolius is a 100% Andean plant, its original habitat is the highlands of the Andes, between 1,800 and 2,800 meters above sea level, in temperate mountainous climates. The yacón is one of the 21 species that belong to the genus Smallanthus. It was domesticated, probably in the humid regions of Peru and Bolivia, from about 1200 BC.

Yacon leaves are an excellent hypoglycemic and antioxidant par excellence. This leaf lowers the concentration of glucose in the blood. Today numerous scientific studies prove its effectiveness, which achieves its effect without causing any alteration in the body.
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In pre-Hispanic times, the inhabitants of Tahuantinsuyo found in Yacón an important source of hydration for the human body, which is why this root was an obligatory crop in the times of the Incas, after corn and potatoes, it was a crop that established the limits of one property to another. 98% of the Yacón consists of slightly fresh water. Currently research has proven that its sugar is easily assimilated by the body and helps maintain normal blood sugar standards. The Andean Cultures attribute to Yacón antidiabetic properties and also relief to gastro-intestinal problems, kidneys and as a skin rejuvenator. It is a substitute for sugar. Its consumption is attractive because it is a plant that contains a large amount of fructose or inulin, which is the sugar of tomorrow and is especially useful for diabetics and in weight loss diets, so it is becoming more known every day, increasing its consumption worldwide. In local markets, yacón is classified as a fruit and is sold together with others such as cherimoyas, apples, pineapple, etc. and not with potatoes, oca, ulluco, mashua or arracacha. The yacon storage root has a pleasant sweet taste and is usually consumed after a period of drying in the sun. This procedure increases the sweetness of the roots and they are ready when the skin begins to wrinkle. They are consumed by peeling the skin, or mixed with other fruits such as bananas or oranges.

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In adults, it is recommended to consume an average of 15 g per day of powdered yacon (approximately 1 ½ tablespoons), or mixed with juices, yogurt, smoothies, etc.

In children, 5 g or a teaspoon a day is recommended accompanying their juices, desserts or drinks.

Micropulverized yacon leaves can be consumed in capsules x 500 mg, the dose fluctuates between 1500 to 2000 mg/day. However, since yacon is considered a nutraceutical, it does not require a medical prescription, and the proven harmlessness of yacon leaves and root facilitate its use.

Clinical studies are still pending to standardize the best extraction technique, the preparation of the final product, as well as the optimal dose to obtain the desired effect. use.

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Its use is not recommended during pregnancy or lactation or in people with hypoglycemia.

There are no significant side effects in yacon root supplements up to 0.14g FOS per kg of body weight. Yacon extract should be avoided if you suffer from frequent diarrhea, loose stools, or if you are allergic to yacon or other related products such as sunflower seeds.

This supplement is caffeine-free, vegetarian-friendly, and contains no genetically modified ingredients.


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    Wonderful use of natural product. Nice review about yacon

  2. David Mureithi says:

    It is good to have someone researching and doing something for the benefit of others. Well, there maybe less information about it, but hope with time all will come together and research further.

  3. Angelo says:

    This is a piece of great information. Maybe with further research, we can make something out of it like medicines, etc.

  4. Troy says:

    My mom sometimes uses the syrup as a sweetener. It really tastes great and we like that it is organic.

  5. Kdorito says:

    A recipe with yacon on it will be great. As a vegetarian, superfoods like this are very much anticipated.

  6. Wilson Jake says:

    Wow, we need products like this even in this periodic of pandemic. It helps to build up our defense system and help fight against diseases.

  7. Janine Bocateja says:

    It has anitoxidant properties that also helps better metabolism. Eveyrthing is good but in moderation thank you for the Pre caution.

  8. Prince says:

    Wow informative at the same time educative. Local consumption is easy. I just wish wonders of nature like this are available in my area, shipping fee is always killing ?

  9. Oyeyipo Oladele says:

    I thinks this kind of product should be distributed to all nations. Looking at the benefits and the low pricing. Thanks for is good stuff.

  10. Danielle M says:

    It sounds ideal to deal with my digestive problems, I hope I can find it in my country ’cause i’d really like to buy it.

  11. Roy says:

    Yacon looks very much like yam. I would fancy trying it some day.

  12. Meg W says:

    Peru is a land blessed with so many exotic plants. It is like a slice of paradise on earth.

  13. Patricia says:

    I would really like to try the Yacon Tea. It sounds super nutritious.

  14. Oliver says:

    I am amazed at how you are able to convert the Yacon root into such a wide array of products. You guys are simply the best!

  15. Daphne says:

    I am very much interested in the Beat Diabetes Yacon Pack. I have had diabetes for a long time and it would be worth a try.

  16. Teddy says:

    Yacon roots are ideal for weight loss. This is mostly due to their low calorie content.

  17. Louis says:

    Yacon is incredibly effective in helping hydrate the body. It has a very high water content when consumed in its raw form.

  18. Shantel says:

    The Yacon products are very fairly priced. I hope you do international shipping.

  19. Anderson says:

    What is the best way to consume Yacon? Is it in the raw or processed form?

    • Amazon Andes says:

      Hi Anderson, it depends how you want to consume it, in raw form have much liquid in case of tubercle and like syrup is more concentred, the same form in leaves

  20. Storm says:

    Yet another magical plant from Peru. Peru is very blessed indeed!

  21. Sylvia says:

    Yacon chips sounds like a great treat as a snack. I wish i knew where to buy them.

  22. ปั้มไลค์ says:

    Like!! I blog quite often and I genuinely thank you for your information. The article has truly peaked my interest.

  23. M.Sazzad Hossain says:

    yacon syrup is best for health of diabetic patients and also kidney patients,we need the address of real producers

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