Special Grains


Its farming and consumption originated in the Andes Range during the time of the Inca Empire, 5 thousand years ago, and there is exactly where 100% of our grains are imported from.

These grains feature prominently in actions against child malnutrition, is rich in high-quality proteins and essential fatty acids (Omega 3, 6 and 9) in addition to minerals. It shows also low glymemic indicators and is naturally gluten-free.

The suppliers of organic red quinoa who work together with Costafaria hold SGS certificates (which includes the HACCP), ISO and have their own laboratory.

We pride ourselves on contributing to the development of secular communities that grow this so special and health-friendly cereal.



  One of the best protein sources in the plant kingdom.

  Controls cholesterol levels, glycemia and triglycerides in your bloodstream.

  Contains a high contration of antioxidant of Contém alta concentração dos antioxidantes de Quercetin and Kaempferol.

  Helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases.

  Helps in strengthening your bones.


Originally from Mexico, the chia are seeds which were often eaten by ancient civilizations, especially by those who needed much physical strength and stamina.

Omega 3 feature among its components – in higher levels than the ones found in linseeds. Chia seeds are excellent sources of vitamins, such as the B-Complex ones, and the mineral ones, such as calcium, iron, zinc and magnesium.



 Helps to control sugar leves in your bloodstream.

  Assists in the working of your intestines.

  Helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases.

 It has anti-inflammatory action.

  Excellent energy source.


Sunflower seeds were already eaten by Natives in America ca. 5000 years ago.. Easy to come by, yummy and possessing countless nutrients , the sunflower seeds rank amongst your health’s best allies.

It heps in the fight against bad cholesterol, stopping it from attaching to the walls of your arteries.ico-semente

As a source of selenium, it’s also important in preventing several types of cancer.

They are rich in vitamin E, thus having remarkable anti-immflamatory and anti-oxidant properties. 


 They assist in the relaxation of muscles, contributing to the control of the blood pressure.  

 They have plenty of magnesium, a mineral which the lacking of can result in muscular pain, cramps and migraines.

 Their fibres assist the digestive process and in the working of the intestines.