Our History

We are a company with extensive experience in the market of agricultural products. Our success is mainly due to the establishment of long-term relationships with our clients with the support of the quality of our products and the strict fulfillment of our commitments.

  1. Andes Alimentos Borns


    Our CEO, Germán Abregú, began his adventure as warehouse manager in an export company handling with garlic, beans and annatto.

  2. His adventure was taken to the fields


    For the early 80's his adventure moved to the countryside, gathering food along the coast, mountains and jungle. He created a supply network, walking through Quillabamba gathering annatto and turmeric fingers, through the heights of Tacna buying oregano, through Apurímac acquiring anise, in Calca it was giant white corn, in Arequipa was garlic and in Chiclayo and Piura collecting beans.

  3. Start up his first company


    German Abregu starts his first company called Agroconsa with 3 partners reaching seven countries. Thus, strengthened his supply network and relationship with farmers.

  4. And adventure with a business partner


    By the mid 90's, German starts a new adventure with a partner and they create SunPackers, reaching 20 countries.

  5. Creates Andes Alimentos & Bebidas


    By the end of 2012, German Abregu created Andes Alimentos & Bebidas SAC with his 2 sons, establishing as a family business, with the aim of expanding the product portfolio and developing new markets.

  6. New lines of products


    New product lines are incorporated, such as oranges, fruit pulps, flours and flakes.

  7. New facilities in Lima Center


    Implementation of new facilities in the city´s downtown (offices and warehouse).

    We received the price "Export Excellence " awarded by ADEX.

    Implementation of it´s own processing line for flakes and flour processing.

  8. Planting Programs


    Implementation of planting and management programs for organic crops of Andean grains.

    Implementation of washing and drying plant of Andean grains in Ayacucho.

    Local operation starts with sales of vegetables in main peruvian restaurants.

  9. Transfer to the new facilities


    Moved to new premises in Lurin due to the exponential growth of it sales.

    Implementation of its own automated packaging line for packaging in retail format.

    Supplying operations with its own brand begin at the main points of sale nationwide.

    New products are added to our portfolio, such as canned asparagus, peppers and mango.

  10. Most modern plant


    Implementation of the most modern plant in Peru for the process, selection and packaging of Andean grains.