Agro

Peru Weather Report: Summer Rains and Temperatures Rise

Increased flooding and landslides have been reported in the Andean highlands and cloud forest areas throughout the length of the country, blocking transport on the roads and highways. Rains in the dry coastal desert region of Ica have weakened the flat roofs of houses in the villages of Molletambo and […]

Chefs promote sustainable cooking at COP20

Chefs promote sustainable cooking at COP20

By Paula Dupraz-Dobias As negotiations at the United Nations climate change summit run into their last stretch after nearly two weeks of deliberations, top world leaders took a brief pit stop to savor food prepared sustainably, by two of the country’s top chefs. Gaston Acurio, world-renown for elevating the country’s […]

Government Commission Heads for La Convencion to Calm Protests

Government Commission Heads for La Convencion to Calm Protests

Following protest marches and the death of one protestor last week, the government today is sending a commission to the La Convencion province in Cusco, to establish a work agenda “with the greatest goodwill and an open mind.” The commission is led by the minister of Agriculture, Juan Manuel Benites, […]

Lima’s Mistura Culinary Fair Gets Going

Lima’s Mistura Culinary Fair Gets Going

Latin America’s biggest food festival opened its doors to the public on Friday, bringing together chefs, restaurant owners, farmers and everyone else in the food business from across Peru and other parts of the world. The 10-day annual event, known as Mistura, is being held along the Costa Verde beach in Lima’s […]

by · September 5, 2014 · 1 comment · Agro, Business