In the district of Quelloúno, one of the fifteen districts that make up the province of La Convencion in Cusco, Fidelia is found carrying out the ancestral activity of ayni together with her neighbors and her son César who work the fields with the aim of improving the quality of their coffees, they know that with their effort anything is possible.
Like her, other producers from La Convencion (Cusco) such as Flavia Pinares, Eugenia Loayza, Cenobia Palma, Ana Apaza and Berta Ocampo work together with the company Agroindustrial y Comercial Arriola e Hijos SA – AICASA which supports, guides and technically trains obtaining specialty coffees of the highest quality, through its Direct Assistance (AD) area.
Coffee is one of the most traded products worldwide and is one of the three most consumed beverages by people along with water and tea. In this great setting, the Arriola family has been able to bring high-quality coffee from the valleys of Cusco to the tables of different countries in Europe, America and Asia.
But not only outside. The company has promoted the commercialization of grade 1 Arabica coffee (highest class, mainly export-oriented) for the domestic market, and has promoted, through its cafes in Lima and Cusco, coffee consumption and knowledge around to its preparation.
– Aicasa has been awarded by Promperú as an export company in the southern macro region for its good performance during 2022.
– For the third consecutive year, the AICASA Cafeteria has been recognized as one of the best cafe restaurants in Lima in the Experience 2022 contest organized by the Peruvian Chamber of Coffee and Cocoa.