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Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Our 1000 acre farm is localted within a 25 mile radius of UNESCO World Heritage Sites (Spanish colonial cities and Mayan archeological sites) and Ecological Reserves with a unique array of bio-diversity, with access through paved roads directly to our farm
2.5 hrs. away from the Yucatan Peninsula’s major sea port, Puerto Progreso
Direct freights to Houston, TX and Panama City, FL
20 minutes away from an International Airport
Located in the most peaceful region in Mexico (Global Peace Index)
The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the last remaining stable terrains where the soil and ecosystem have been preserved in their natural state.
Our farm is enclosed within a natural reservoir, and is under the process of obtaining the NOP and EC 834/07 100% Organic Certification for 2017, by CERES (Certification of Environmental Standards GmbH headquartered in Happurg, Germany).
50% of the farm’s land will be used as a forest reserve for wildlife conservation
Our farm has high quality water supplies according to the water test conducted by FERTILAB
The farm has a high percentage of organic material according to the soil fertility tests by FERTILAB
Unlike Northern and Central Mexico, the Yucatan Peninsula is a frost-free zone, having the capacity to supply aloe leaves and gel year-round
All of our aloe complies with the organic farming protocolsusing only the purest naturally-sourced fertilizers
As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility policies, we have actively integrated Yucatec Mayan communities specialized for more than three decades in aloe farming, as our local suppliers of aloe seedlings and leaves.
of our Values
“Our ideas, our people,
and our passion for excellence drive us daily to fulfill
- Antonio Maldonado Sr.
Founder and CEO of Grupo Portalis
(holding company of AgroPeninsula, S.A. De C.V)