A lovely orange variety from Guatemala; primarily used for grain which is rich in vitamin B, vitamin
A, vitamin E and iron; this variety has been revived in the Mayan communities of Baja Verapaz after
almost being lost during the civil war; named after Juana,(pictured) the woman whose family revived
and saved seeds of this delicious variety.Orange-flowering amaranth, grown primarily for grain in its native land, the region around Baja Verapaz, Guatemala. The name commemorates Juana, the Mayan farmer whose efforts conserved the seed of this priceless local variety.