Quinoa Way

Av. Del Pinar 106 of. 903
Website: www.quinoaway.com

Quinoa Way™ is a brand created in 2014 that caters to the retail consumer that is looking for healthy alternatives to their daily diet without sacrificing flavor.

Our story begins with the 10 years of experience that Aplex Peru (our parent company) has as a processor/exporter in the bulk wholesale market of pulses and grains. We continue to export quinoa in bulk to our importers and distributors in over 35 countries.

We strongly believe that our heirloom Andean Grains will be an important part of the world diet very soon. In this context, quinoa is without a doubt a rising star and is the main inspiration for our product line.
Quinoa Way is headquartered in Lima, Peru which is where our office and food processing facility are located. We also manage another facility in Puno that is dedicated to the pre-washing, cleaning and grading of quinoa which will then be used as a raw material for our products.
We have our own R&D department which continually works on new formulas and products that we will launch in the near future.


We know its difficult to find healthy products that taste good, specially on a vegetarian or vegan diet. This is why we have made it our mission to focus on creating flavorful products made with Andean Grains which are an excellent nutritional source. In order to do this we use the best quinoa directly from our farmers located in the peruvian highlands. We are proud to say that the result is a sustainable business model that is benefitting both our customers and farmers.


All our quinoa comes from the Puno region in Peru. Through our partnerships with a local NGO we are working closely with the quinoa farmers in this region to give them the technical support they need in order to grow quinoa organically.

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