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     About this company : ALISUR S.A.C. is a privately owned whosaler, packer, distributor, and exporter specialist in Andean dried beans, peas, legumes and pulses. Alisur works with diverse Andean Communities offering them a suitable technical assistance in the fields and centers of collection. This allows us to guarantee our select customers in Peru and the International Markets the supply of products of the highest quality.

     Contact : Marisa Podesta, Commerce Chief 
     Headquarters : Las Fraguas 379, Lima, 28, Peru
     Phone : 511 333 2644, Fax : 511 333 2644 
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     Black eyes Beans Black eyes Beans

Black Eye Bean is also called "Cowpea" or "China bean". This leguminous of rapid boiling and natural source of selenium has its origin in Africa. Additionaly, it possesses the advantage of being of easy digestion.

Health benefits: It strengthens the spleen, removes water and toxins from the body, clears excessive heat in the body, stops bleed and helps in the treatment of diabetes.

Nutrition facts: 1/2 cup contains 110 Calories, 7 g Protein, 0 g Fat, 18 g Carb., 0 mg Sodium and 6 g Fiber.

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     Jumbo Lima Beans Jumbo Lima Beans

Lima Beans originated in Peru and have been cultivated since 6000 B.C. This bean has the advantage of being less greasy and more starched than most leguminous. our company S.A.Cmercializes three varieties of Lima Beans: Jumbo Lima Beans, American Large Lima Beans and Baby Lima Beans.

Health benefits: Lima Beans are excellent to the liver and lungs, beautify the skin and neutralize acidic conditions which often arise from excessive meat consumption.

Nutrition facts: 1/2 cup contains: 108 Calories, 7 g Protein .4 g Fat, 20 g Carb., 1 mg Sodium and 7g Fiber .

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     Peruvian Canary Beans Peruvian Canary Beans

Also call "Peruvian" or "Mayocoba". This sulphured yellow bean is produced in all the coast and andean valleys of Peru, Mexico and for the past 10 years in USA. This legume is considered the King of Beans for its texture and flavor and is the favorite choice of Latin Cheffs.

Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 1/4 cup (Dry) (36 g), Serving per container 26, Calories 240.

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     Quinoa Quinoa

A member of the Chenopodium family and a cousin of amaranth. One of the ancient staple foods of the Incas, it was called "the mother grain." (Botanically, quinoa is not a true grain, but can bused as one.). Grown in South American Andes for thousands of years, and thrives in high, cold altitudes

It has the highest protein content (since it has a protein profile similar to amaranth). It has more calcium than milk and is higher in fat content than any grain. Itís also a good source of iron, phosphorous, B vitamins, and vitamin E.

Nutrition facts: 1/2 cup contains: 341 Calories, 9.1 g Protein, 2.6 g Fat, 72.10 g Carb., 0 mg Sodium and 3.1 g Fiber

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