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If you’re watching our philanthropy program, you may have noticed radio silence last month. That’s because Peruvian Naturals lost money in September … it’s part of business, and fortunately much of it can be attributed to our launching many new products including Maca Powder, Cacao, Camu Camu and more. Fortunately we’re back in the black and […]

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Peruvian Naturals donated our pledged 3 percent of September earnings to Reyler, a coffee farmer in Cajamarca. According to Kiva, Reyler is 35 years old and in a de facto marriage. He lives with his spouse and their children in a house made of rustic materials that he owns in the district of Santo Tomás […]

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Peruvian Naturals has made a fresh round of micro-loans to small agricultural businesses in Peru with our pledged 3 percent of earnings. Below are the recipients’ stories. Our donation put Juan Carlos over the finish line for his loan and brought Julio Miguel within striking distance. Juan Carlos   Juan Carlos is 40 years old […]

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Donating to the flood relief in Peru after the coastal El Niño of 2017 helped us realize something, if a bit late. We have gained so much from Peru, and specifically Peruvian agriculture, that we should be giving back every month … not just when disaster strikes. So Peruvian Naturals has made it a new […]

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It’s that time of month again and Peruvian Naturals has just donated 3 percent of earnings to the relief effort after historic floods devastated northern Peru and other regions. Unfortunately there is less media attention now that the waters have receded, but the people of Peru need help. Peru’s president has said it will cost $9 […]

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While the media attention has faded just as quickly as the receding floodwaters, Peru still needs billions of dollars to rebuild infrastructure and help devastated families. The figures of people killed (at least 114) and left homeless (over 185,000) have stopped climbing, but the real work in Peru is just beginning. Over 1 million people […]

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Peru needs your help as hundreds of thousands of people suffer floods and mudslides caused by torrential rains likely linked to climate change. More than 100 people are dead and 700,000 are homeless. More than 200 bridges and 1,000 miles of roads have also been destroyed. Peruvians who lost their homes need bottled water, canned […]

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