Floryl supports planting organic quinoa and chia in the local community of BacuPari
The quilombola community (descendants of African slaves) BacuPari is made up of 60 families, with an average of 7 peopleRead more.
Quinoa processing with consulting from Bolivia and the University of Brasilia.
Since Floryl started to process quinoa we have been seeking to develop and add new technologies to this process. InRead more.
Moringa – Tree of Life
The moringa, also called the tree of life or white acacia, is a medicinal plant thatRead more.
Floryl starts processing quinoa and chia
Floryl have started processing of quinoa and chia grains on their farm . The company can from now on supplyRead more.
Floryl is right now increasing the area for vegetable production by implementing a new system of organic production in itsRead more.
Sustainable agriculture: working together with the micro-organisms
Association of plants with various micro-organisms is very common in nature. Some types of these associations can be very beneficialRead more.