Native fruit of Peru, lucumo is a tree that grows in the valleys up to 2500 m. Its fruit has a good amount
of pulp mealy yellow / orange soft and pleasant taste. This natural product, from pre-Hispanic times was used by the Incas in their daily diet, has important nutritional values. In principle, it is rich in fiber, iron and carotene, three key substances for the proper functioning of the body.
Its exotic flavor is demanded by the most refined international cuisine. Its presentation as Lucuma flour is one of the most used in the manufacture of products such as beverages, pastries, cookies, puddings and cakes. For the flour, it performs a process of dried before being pulverized. Once you have flour, it is packaged and stored for distribution. Lucuma flour can be stored for years without losing its original characteristics.