Our vision is to be world-leading regenerative farmers. We farm to produce good, healthy food, and to protect the environment.

The way we choose to farm today echoes for generations.

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We farm with nature
What is Farming with Nature? 
Nature matters, diversity matters, and agriculture plays a central role in enhancing biodiversity and ecosystems.
Certified Humane, Uruguay
Animal welfare has always been a top priority for us. We are proud to be the first beef producers in Latin America to obtain the “Certified Humane – Raised & Handled” certification.
Bees and pollinators
Pollination is an essential service provided by nature. We protect pollinators on-farm by enhancing habitats and reducing our impact.
Monitoring biodiversity
Monitoring biodiversity on-farm helps us to maintain a healthy local ecosystem.
Growing food
We believe that healthy soil will not only improve yields, but also the nutritional value of our products. We believe that there is a correlation between fertile soil, healthy plants and the quality of the grain, fruit or nut. 
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What does it mean to farm with nature?

We farm in harmony with nature.

As hands-on farmers and long-term owners of land, we believe in farming in harmony with nature. Nature matters, diversity matters, and agriculture plays a central role in enhancing biodiversity and ecosystems.

We grow nutritious food.

We believe that our focus on creating healthy soil will not only improve our yields, but also the nutritional value of our products. We believe there is a correlation between fertile soil, healthy plants and the quality of the grain, fruit or nut.

 

We farm with a 150-year perspective.

Our long-term commitment is at the core of our family values: we are farming not only for ourselves, but for future generations to thrive and prosper. The way we choose to farm today echoes for generations.

How we work

Table grape harvest

On our farms in Peru, we grow 7 different varieties of table grapes. During harvest, we have 300 people working, harvesting about 66 tonnes of table grapes per day. Our team cleans and inspects each bunch, discarding any grapes that do not comply with our quality standards.

Table grapes
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A healthy, living soil full of vital bacteria, fungi and nematodes is more likely to produce sustainable, nutritious food.
Andrei Pavel, CEO
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Our report “Farming with Nature 2020/21” is out now

Our 2020/21 report on corporate social responsibility named “Farming with Nature 2020/21” is now available for reading and download. With this report, we reaffirm our support of the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact in the areas of Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-Corruption.

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Farming with nature