Hemp, or industrial hemp, is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for industrial use. It can be used to make a wide range of products. Along with bamboo, hemp is one of the fastest growing plants on Earth.

It can be used in the food industry as it has (per 100 grams):

Calories: 580 kcal Fat: 45 g Protein: 25 g Carbohydrates: 6.7 g Fiber: 35 g Calcium: 170 mg Iron: 18 mg Phosphorus: 820 mg.

These hemp seeds are used for food and are currently increasing in cosmetic and pharmaceutical uses. IRUPE PY, has complied with every quality and legal aspect and regulation for its development in Paraguay within its own fields.


It is an edible seed, with great health benefits for its nutritional and functional properties.

Chia (Salvia hispanica L.) is an annual herbaceous plant, belonging to the family of labiates (Lamiaceae) and native to the mountainous areas of Mexico, with about 1.5 m high. The stems are quadrangular and ribbed. The leaves are opposite, petiolated and serrated limb. The flowers, hermaphrodites, can be presented together in terminal corsages. Depending on the variety of Chia, the color of the petals in the flower can vary from purple to white. The fruit is in the form of indehiscent achene. Inside it is the small seed with an oval shape (2 mm long x 1.5 mm wide) and with a smooth, bright appearance, pardogrisáceo color to white and with some reddish lines.

Milled Chia
Chia Flour
Chia Oil


Its world harvest is destined to the production of oil for industrial and food purposes.

Flax (Linum usitatissimum) is a plant of several uses: the stem is used to make fiber for cloth. The seeds and their oil have dietary uses. Flax seeds are rich in soluble fiber (mucilage and pectin) that has a protective effect for the intestinal mucosae, regulates intestinal flora and helps in constipation.

Ground Flax
Flax Flour
Flax Oil


Has multiple uses at an industrial, gastronomic and aesthetic level.

Mostly consumed as a dry, salty or sweet fruit, but it also.

Peanuts are a dried fruit from the Arachis hypogaea plant native to the tropical region of South America, widely used in food confectionery, usually consumed roasted with some salt but can also occur in sweet varieties.

The main component of peanuts are lipids specifically fatty acids, they constitute between 40 and 55% of their composition and explain why their high caloric content is estimated at about 560 calories per 100 grams.

Whole Peanuts
Split Peanuts
Bleached Peanuts
Roasted Peanuts
Diced Peanuts
Peanuts Flour