It is said that when Spanish conquistadors landed in the Inca empire, few animals resisted the expedition and they couldn't breed with normality. They were victims of the high temperatures of the Highlands, so they were dying one by one without giving legacy. The Indigenous of the zone recognized Maca as a great aphrodisiac, so they told the conquerors to feed their animals with it. The results were amazing since the animals could breed again. From that time to the present, Maca is known to be a millenary superfood from the Peruvian Highlands. Sweet Simi is a natural snack made of maca chips, dried mango, and toasted sacha inchi. This is a healthy, energetic, and nutritive sweet product. Among their ingredients, maca is a tuber with a more pleasant taste, slightly crunchy, and with a minor industrial process that can boost energy in our organism (physical and mental endurance). Then, Sweet Simi has a very nutritive and functional fruit: mango. Besides, this snack has toasted sacha inchi with important quantities of omega 3 and 6. Maca is native to Peru and mostly, it grows in Junin. Mango is cultivated in the Peruvian Coast, especially in Piura, but you can find it as well in Ucayali. Sacha inchi can be found across the Peruvian Amazon.
Maca chips, dried mango, and sacha inchi
Eat 25 g or 9 oz of sweet simi per day at college, during lunchtime in the office or at the gym.
Keep in a cool, dry place at temperatures below 86 °F (30 °C).
Protect from light.
- No preservatives
- No colorants
- No artificial flavors
- USDA Organic
- EU Organic
- Control Union Certified
No adverse effects have been reported.