Welcome to NATURAL CROPS
NATURAL CROPS S.R.L is the leading Bolivian company in the sowing, production and commercialization of special grains and super foods (chia, quinoa, sesame, beans). We have our own and associated crops, with more than 10 years of experience in the sector.
CERTIFICATIONS: FSSC 22000 (FIRST COMPANY IN BOLIVIA CERTIFIED IN THE ISSUE) ISO 22000, EU and US ORGANIC, Kosher, Halal, HACCP, FDA USA.
NATURAL CROPS Handles its products comprehensively and in a chain with complete traceability:
PLANTING: In own fields with strict quality control of production, which guarantees to exceed the highest international standards of innocuity.
PROCESSING: In our own facilities of 17,000 m2, with the highest technology in separation, grain cleaning, metal detection, and packaging processes. Processing capacity of 40 TN PER PRODUCT DAY FINISHED.
STORAGE: 5000 Tn. of storage capacity in its own cold chamber, with controlled temperature and humidity.
EXPORTATION: Leaders in exports to the most demanding markets: Europe, USA, Australia, Japan, South America, Africa.
SERVICES TO THIRD PARTIES: We are reference for the quality of the services we provide, with EFFICIENCY AND RESPONSIBILITY.
Provide healthy food to the world, giving employment opportunity to society as a whole.
We are a leading company that generates and develops economic activities in the agri-food sector, providing confidence and security to our customers, shareholders and suppliers.
Our main office is located in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, agricultural and industrial capital of Bolivia. Our new processing plant is located 22 kilometers from Santa Cruz, near the city of Cotoca, in the eastern part of the department.
Our products come directly from our own fields and are processed, packed and stored in our plant, to ensure the traceability of the final product.
Our lands and camps are located in the area of Santa Cruz del Este and Southeast, near the cities of Pailón, San Julián and Cuatro Cañadas, which are 2 hours away from the Natural Crops processing plant in Cotoca.