By 2021, the Qori Warmi Cooperative is an organization with a sustainable business model, with trusty partners, leader in the VRAEM and a national reference. The cooperative's technical and environmentally responsible production of cacao is high quality, and is commercialized in national and international markets, with Organic and Fair Trade certifications, and have value added. It also guarantees social, economic and financial stability, and offers different services to its partners, who work under the cooperative principles.
The Qori Warmi Cooperative matures in the associative work for the production and commercialization of environmentally responsible cacao. It becomes competitive with the implementation of dynamic, flexible and efficient productive, comercial and administrative systems. This translates in good and diverse services for the associated families. They are benefited from the opportunities around them to boost their technological and innovative processes that will improve the efficiency of the value chain of cacao, to obtain higher incomes.
The area of the Qori Warmi Cooperative in Peru is found in the high basin of the rivers Apurimac, Ene and Mantaro (VRAEM). This territory is conformed by three regions in the south of Peru: Ayacucho, Cusco and Junin. In this area you can find the province of "La Convención" in Cusco, the provinces of "La Mar" and "Huanta" in Ayacucho and the province of "Satipo" in Junin. All together the cooperative is composed by approximately 14 thousand cacao-making families with 45 thousand hectares of cacao, predominantly the types Chuncho, Criollos and Trinitarios.
This area comprises a territory that combines ecological floors from 400 to 3000 meters above sea level (masl), and hosts a great ecological diversity and geography, very rich in high jungle flora and fauna. Likewise, the area is considered an origin center of cacao.