Amasar's extended family wants its agricultural products to be produced mainly by Puerto Rican hands.
Our agricultural practices keep our crops free of pesticides, maintaining a vibrant and colorful agro-forest in the middle of the mountains of Puerto Rico. Our

Corduroy trees and crops are replenished with fresh air and natural rain from the high mountains of our beautiful Jayuya town. With our innovative concept, we go from the corduroy tree directly to your table, with an incredible and tasty variety of high-quality products for your palate to enjoy at any time of the day.

Our Beginnings​


Amasar was founded on family values, healthy eating, and respect for our planet. Marisol Villalobos, as a mother of three children, was always concerned about providing the best nutrition for her children, as well as teaching them the importance of healthy eating. The desire to nourish families, as well as the knowledge about the nutritional benefits of the pana fruit, were the key aspects that propelled Amasar's journey. This journey is being shaped by our enriched experiences from earlier times
on high mountain coffee farms and their agricultural education as part of the FFA organization.
Amasar is directed by Marisol Villalobos Rivera is a force of nature. She leads the Amasar LLC farm and company together with her partner, husband and accomplice, Jesús Martes Cordero. The farm, located in the Mameyes neighborhood of Jayuya, has 20 cuerdas, with 10 cuerdas already planted with more than 500 trees. . They are dedicated to pana, that Puerto Rican gastronomic delight that we only find from time to time, always with a pleasant surprise. And as Marisol rightly mentions while she makes the fabulous corduroy recipes, "Eat well, live happily."


In Amasar we envision that those we serve understand the benefits of healthy eating, and embrace farming efforts for sustainable socially-responsible food.


Amasar is an ecofriendly agribusiness providing tasty and nutritional products based on Breadfruit, for those pursuing a healthy living.

Breadfruit Tree