Healthy food for a greener and cleaner world!

Healthy food

Sustainably grown in the high Andean wetlands.

Small-scale Farmers

Direct & fair commerce with small producers.

Agroecological  Reconversion

Restoring and preserving a critical ecosystem: The Paramo of Guerrero.

About us.

Our products.


Bites of Life


We work hard every day to bring you the best organic vegetables. We grow all our veggies without the use of synthetic chemicals, pesticides or GMOs and we use pure, raw running water that comes out right from our mountains and hillsides, the Paramo.


By choosing our products you are contributing to preserving and restoring an important ecosystem that provides with fresh water to millions of people. Our organic vegetables are good for you and for your family and better for the Planet. Make the right choice, the organic choice!


Community Responsibilty


Our products are grown by family farmers located in the high Andean grasslands (Paramo of Guerrero) who are proud and passionate about doing what they do: Sustainable farming.


Farmers work hard to achieving higher standards for better food quality, ensuring sustainable land and water use.


Our farmers are committed to agro-ecological reconversion practices that allow our vegetables to be grown while caring for the environment. For a healthier, greener and cleaner world.


Our farmers.

Our paramo.


60% of the Paramos in Colombia are managed by small-scale farmers. They can become potential managers of sustainable practices. Watch this video to understand how we are “reconverting” the Paramo into agro-forestry models.

We have built a strong network of organizations that support us to continue growing our organic farming families. Discover how they are impacting our rural communities and the environment.

contact us.


Vereda Pantano de Arce. Subachoque, COLOMBIA


Tel: +(57) 315 5190691


Whatsapp: +(593) 99 357 6687



If you are interested in learning more about our project or want to discover ways to help, please contact us at:​

Our Allies.

Agroecological Reconversion to Preserve the Most Precious Resource on Earth: Water