Andean Grain Products Ltd.

 
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Andean Grain Products Ltd.

International House, 124 Cromwell Road

London SW7 4ET

United Kingdom

 

www.andeangrain.com

info@andeangrain.com

 

Tel. +44 207 193 6382

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Andean Grain Products Ltd. (“Andean Grain”) is dedicated to producing, sourcing and marketing high-quality grains, seeds and other specialities from the Andean region of South America. Our mission is to meet the growing global demand for natural and nutritious foods including chia and quinoa. Our foods are produced and handled according to the highest international standards and we proudly stand behind their quality.
 

Production and Sourcing
 
Andean Grain produces from its own farms located in the Salta province of Argentina, located in the northwest of the country along the edge of the Andes mountain range. We also source and contract production with independent farmers and suppliers in Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru under the guidance and management of our experienced team.
 
Our commitment is to producing using sustainable agricultural practices that respects the environment as well as the well-being of the farmers and communities with which we work in South America.
 
Marketing and Distribution
 
Our mission is to supply products of the highest quality and purity to the most demanding markets worldwide. At present Andean Grain focuses its activities on supplying commercial volumes of bulk grains to wholesalers, food ingredient distributors, food and beverage manufacturers, and to the nutraceutical and cosmetic industries.
 
Andean Grain exports its goods from South America to customers located across the globe and is skilled in fulfilling the logistics and delivery requirements of our discerning clients.
 
Andean Grain manages all marketing and distribution operations through its commercial office located in the United Kingdom in order to provide the most responsive service and support to our customers.



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Food Ingredients News 17 July 2018

Nuts, grains & pulses: Plant-based eating trends boost alternative proteins

17 Jul 2018 --- Consumers’ quest for alternative protein is driving innovation across several categories involving nuts, seeds, grains and pulses, backed-up by a rise in vegan and vegetarian trends and an overall growth in meat-free food. People want products with alternative sources of protein as they turn away from traditional meat sources and one of the categories where plant-based inspired eating is driving innovation in snacking. Plant proteins fit some of today’s most significant trends in food and beverage product development – non-GMO, organic, sustainable, vegan, big 8-free, allergen-free and label-friendly. They’re also versatile and functional and that combination of attributes is why we see plant proteins in everything from beverages to bakery products.

Food Ingredients News 29 June 2018

Private label sector continues to impress, gains evident across Europe

29 Jun 2018 --- Retailer brands keep gaining popularity and market share across Europe. The latest Nielsen data shows that market share for private label increased last year in 12 of the 19 countries tracked for the Private Label Manufacturer's Association’s (PLMA) 2018 International Private Label Yearbook, and now stands at 30 percent or above in 17 countries. Private label reached an all-time high in Europe’s largest retail market, Germany, with its market share there climbing to over 45 percent for the first time. Market share also increased to its highest levels ever in six other countries: The Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Hungary and Turkey.

Food Ingredients News 14 August 2017

Looking beyond traditional fiber

14 Aug 2017 --- Adding fiber to finished foods is big business and one substantial change in terms of fiber in recent years is the sheer scale and diversity of fiber sources. Back in the day, fiber was associated with “regularity”, however thinking about dietary fiber in terms of the overall health and well-being benefits that it can bring is the new order and food innovators across a multitude of categories are tapping into high/source fiber claims