Giant Corn

Giant Corn

It is a starchy corn belonging to the Poaceae family and the Zea Mays specie from the Cusco Region. One typical variety is called “White Urubamba” or “Cusco White Giant Corn”, produced in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The size of this white grain is exceptional.

Scientific Name
Amilácea CV Gigante
Tariff Item
1005.90.30.00
Origin
Cuzco Valley
Caliber
Extra Grade: 22 - 24 grains / oz
First Grade: 24 - 27 grains / oz
Second Grade : 28 - 32 grains / oz
Presentations
25 Kg, 1200 Kg (Big Bag)
Chulpi Corn

Chulpi Corn

Chulpi Corn is well known and much appreciated all over the world for its great taste and size. Peruvians call it cancha when it is consumed toasted.This small grain comes from the Andean valleys and it is eaten with meals or as snack.

Scientific Name
Zea Mays
Tariff Item
1005.90.90.00
Origin
Cuzco Valley
Presentations
25 Kg, 1200 Kg (Big Bag)
Mote Corn

Mote Corn

This white corn also called Peeled Giant Corn has a smooth taste and is starchy. The grains are removed from the cob, peeled and cooked with salt.

Scientific Name
Zea Mays
Tariff Item
1104.23.00.00
Origin
Cuzco Valley
Caliber
First Grade: 24 - 28 grains / oz
Second Grade: 28 - 34 grains / oz
Presentations
25 Kg, 1200 Kg (Big Bag)
Mountain Corn Cancha

Mountain Corn Cancha

This is the corn used for the Andean cancha and a common ingredient of the Peruvian cuisine. It is served with our famous ceviche dish and the popular chicharron (deep fried pork).

Scientific Name
Zea Mays
Tariff Item
1005.90.30.00
Origin
Cuzco Valley
Presentations
25 Kg and 1200 Kg (Big Bag)

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