Peru’s “pachamanca” is exported to Europe

Isabel Guerra

Germany people can now taste the authentic Peruvian “Pachamanca,” since this traditional meal is already being exported to that country.

The product, which meets the highest standards of quality, will soon arrive in other European nations, in the form of vacuum-packed packs.

This traditional Andean dish includes natural ingredients such as sweet corn, yellow potatoes, and its respective portion of native potatoes, as well as native ingredients like olluco, oca, nashua, yacon, maca and humitas.

The average price is 10 euros, and the pachamanca is ready to eat after 3 minutes in the microwave oven.

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