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Name:
Juliana Sánchez Delgado
If Other:
Business Name:

Asociación de Productores Agropecuarios de Gramazú (Gramazu) (APAG)

Location:

Peru

Address:

Chontabamba District, Chontabamba

City:

Oxapamba

State/Province

Pasco

Zip Code:
Country:

Peru

Region:
South America
In Business Since:

2014

Phone:

+51 94 983 3320

Website:
Do you have experience exporting directly?

No

Describe yourself in 140 characters or less:

The Gramazú Association of Agricultural Producers (APAG) is dedicated to organic farming. 

Bio:

The Gramazú Association of Agricultural Producers (APAG) is made up of 80 Yanesha indigenous families from the Tsachopen Community, who are dedicated to organic farming. While their main product is coffee, the association's members also produce squash, sweet granadilla, rocoto pepper, kaywa, and fruits such as Quito quto, golden berry, and tamarillo. Some of APAG's members also tend livestock and make handicrafts. Ninety-five percent of the coffee production is for export, while the other products are for sale in local markets, specially in Lima.

Number of employees:

1-10

Size of business (annual sales in US$)

<US$50,000

What is your primary language?

English

Products of interest
Sector (check all that apply)

Food and beverage

Type

Manufacturer, marketer

Type (select all that apply)

Grower or harvester

Export to

United States

Sector ( check all that apply )

Food and beverage

Type ( check all that apply )

Standards or Certification Body

Markets (Select all that apply)

Afghanistan

Type ( check all that apply )
Business - First/Last Name

Juliana Sánchez Delgado

If other, please explain below
Do you export directly?
About Us
The Gramazú Association of Agricultural Producers (APAG) is made up of 80 Yanesha indigenous families from the Tsachopen Community, who are dedicated to organic farming. While their main product is coffee, the association's members also produce squash, sweet granadilla, rocoto pepper, kaywa, and fruits such as Quito quto, golden berry, and tamarillo. Some of APAG's members also tend livestock and make handicrafts. Ninety-five percent of the coffee production is for export, while the other products are for sale in local markets, specially in Lima.