“We are committed to moving forward everyday life by supplying the goods needed to develop, sustain and improve the world around us. By partnering with small farmers, communities, and governments we are able to bring progress to many places. This is our vision.”

Claudia Noriega-Bernstein,  Managing Partner



  • Soy


    Soy (Glycine max) is an annual plant up to 1.5 m tall. It is grown for its seeds, with medium oil content and high protein content. The fruit is a hairy pod that grows in groups of 3-5, each pod is 3-8 cm long and usually contains 2-4 (rarely more) seeds 5-11 mm in diameter. It is one of the main protein-producing species for the human and animal diet, since its grains contain 40% of excellent quality protein, the seeds also have 20% edible and neutralizable oil. Its whole grains can be eaten directly or through baking. The economic value of the species lies in obtaining the oil and using the extraction of flour.

  • Soy Flour

    Soy Flour

    Soy flour is a flour obtained from ground whole soybeans. It is an element with a pale yellowish hue, with a very subtle nutty aroma. It is used in pastry and bakery and has a high percentage of proteins. Its composition is highly nutritious, it has vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B12, fiber, calcium, iron, iodine, folate, carbohydrates. Therefore, it represents a really good ingredient, it provides a lot of protein and less fat than meat.

  • Broad Beans

    Broad Beans

    The broad bean (Vicia faba) is straight and upright, with strong, angular stems up to 1.6 m high. The fruit is a legume, pod-shaped, with two valves joined by sutures, of an almost cylindrical or slightly flattened section, with very little protruding, indehiscent sutures. Its length varies between 10 and 30 cm and the width between 2 to 3 cm. Inside this pod are the seeds placed in a row. The pod, green in its immature state, darkens and becomes pubescent on drying. The grains inside it vary between two and nine.

  • Lemons


    Persian lemon or Tahiti lime (Citrus latifolia Tanaka) is around or spherical fruit. The inner part of the fruit is light green, divided into segments and without seeds. It is a juicy fruit, with an ideal acid flavor and a long commercial life. The pulp of the fruit is very juicy, acidic, and fragrant. Its skin has a green color, from intense to light tones, it is thin, it breaks easily and it has a bitter taste. The average weight of the fruit is 76 grams and with an equatorial diameter that ranges between 50 and 70 millimeters. From the physiological - nutritional point of view, high content of Vitamin C stands out. The effectiveness of Vitamin C is increased because it also has Vitamin P, in addition to highlighting the richness in potassium and its relationship with sodium.

  • Corn


    Corn (Zea mays) is a cereal, an American grass plant, characterized by having long and solid stems at the end of which are spikes or ears (female inflorescences), with their seeds or corn kernels arranged along its axis. The corn kernel is semi-soft and serrated, it contains two types of endosperm cells in the same kernel. Part of the endosperm consists of cells that contain a hard crystalline combination of starches and proteins. The rest of the endosperm consists of a softer, opaque combination of starch and protein. At harvest time, the grain is separated from the cob, for subsequent drying and conservation with a humidity percentage of 14% or less (according to contract specifications), without changing the inherent quality or nutritional value of the grain.

  • Coffee Beans


    Coffea arabica (also called Arabica or Arabica coffee or simply Arabica coffee). Coffee trees are shrubs of the tropical regions of the genus Coffea, of the Rubiaceae family. The fruits are fleshy and red or purple when ripe, rarely yellow. They are berries that are known as coffee cherries; inside they have two cores, each with a coffee bean. The beans of the coffee plant are about 1 centimeter long. On one side the grain is flat and on the other side, it is curved, with a line running through it. When extracted from the plant, the beans are light brown in color and after the roasting process, they turn dark brown, concentrating their organoleptic characteristics, maximizing their flavor, aroma, acidity, and body.

  • Bananas


    Banana (in Argentina, Honduras, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, and the Dominican Republic), Banana (in Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, western and central Cuba, Peru and Spain), Guinea (in Panama, El Salvador, Honduras, eastern Cuba, Puerto Rico, Peru, Dominican Republic, Caribbean region of Colombia, eastern Bolivia and continental Ecuador), Banana (in Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala), Maduro (Colombia and Ecuador), Cambur (in Venezuela, except for the largest variety known as "Plátano Macho" which in this country is known as "Plátano"), Gualele (in Bolivia). It is a plant of the genus Musa and the family Musáceae, whose botanical name is Musa paradisiaca. It is a fruit similar in shape to a triangular cucumber, oblong and usually yellow in color, with a high content of starch and sugars. It usually weighs between 125 and 200 grams each. The complete spike or cluster usually exceeds one meter in length; It contains just over 200 fruits and exceeds 25 kilos. The hands are arranged in boxes, previously selected in terms of shape and color, guaranteeing the quality of the product received.

  • Bananas

    Bananas (Musa AAB, Subgroup bananas)

    The banana (Musa AAB, Subgroup bananas) is a tropical fruit from the herbaceous plant that receives it, belonging to the Musaceae family. It has an elongated or slightly curved shape, with a weight per unit that exceeds 400 gr. The skin is thick, light green in color. They are a rich source of fiber, vitamins A, C, and B-6, and the minerals magnesium and potassium. After the washing process, the fruit is selected, for its subsequent packaging and refrigeration to guarantee its quality and maximum preservation of its organoleptic characteristics.

  • Cocoa


    The cocoa fruit (Theobroma cacao L.), commonly called cob, consists of a relatively thick shell that contains a very diverse number of seeds, between 20 and 50, normally arranged in five rows and submerged in a mucilaginous pulp of white color and sugary taste. The beans are very rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that have anti-inflammatory and anti-allergenic properties. The pulp contains fiber, glucose and sucrose, vitamins A, B1, B2, C, niacin, and minerals such as magnesium, copper, chromium, manganese, zinc, iron, phosphorus, and calcium and a large number of antioxidants that protect cells from free radicals, preventing diseases. The beans are processed and roasted in the sun, with which we guarantee the maximum quality of the fruit, maximizing its characteristics in terms of flavor and nutritional content.

  • Beans


    Phaseolus vulgaris is the best-known species of the genus Phaseolus in the Fabaceae family. Its seeds, and by extension the plant itself, receive different names depending on the region; among the most common are beans. It is a herbaceous plant native to Mesoamerica (Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador), annual, climbing, with a pubescent or glabrescent stem when adult. Its fruit is presented as a linear and cylindrical legume, containing 4 to 12 seeds, each of which has a round or kidney shape. They are characterized by having a high protein and fiber content, as well as being an excellent source of minerals, such as potassium, iron, selenium, molybdenum, and folic acid.

  • Sugar

    Sugar (sucrose)

    Sucrose, whose chemical formula is C12H22O11, is a disaccharide formed by a molecule of glucose and a molecule of fructose, which is obtained mainly from sugar cane or beets. It is a solid crystallized body, whose pure color is white. It is a substance that is soluble in water and is characterized by its very sweet taste. Its physical properties are Appearance white crystals, Density 1587 kg / m³; 1.587 g / cm³, Molar Mass 342.29754 (6) g / mol, Melting Point 459 K (186 ° C), and Decomposition Point 459 K (186 ° C). Its chemical properties are: Acidity 12.62 pKa and Solubility in Water 203.9 g / 100 ml (293K).

  • Beet


    Beetroot (Beta vulgaris) is a herbaceous species belonging to the Amaranthaceae family. Their most common name is beetroot, and beet. It is an annual or biennial herbaceous plant, glabrous, erect, and reaching up to 2 m tall. It is branched and leafy, green to purplish-purplish in color, and has thin or tuberous roots rich in sugar. The fruit is a pyxidium dehiscent by an operculum and with a single seed. It is an almost spherical root with a globose shape, with a diameter that ranges between 5 and 10 centimeters, and can weigh between 80 and 200 grams. Its color is variable, from pinkish to purplish and reddish-orange to brown. The pulp is usually dark red in color and can sometimes present concentric white circles. It has a sweet taste, in view of being a root in which a large number of sugars accumulate. Of its vitamins, folates stand out and certain B group vitamins, such as B1, B2, B3, and B6, stand out in discrete amounts.

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Livestock And Meat

Livestock And Meat

Because the markets can be very volatile, direct investment in commodity futures contracts can be very risky, especially for inexperienced investors. The downside of there being a huge potential for profit is that losses also have the potential to be magnified; if a trade goes against you, you could lose your initial deposit (and more) before you have time to close your position.

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Energy commodities include crude oil, heating oil, natural gas, and gasoline. Global economic developments and reduced oil outputs from established oil wells around the world have historically led to rising oil prices, as demand for energy-related products has gone up at the same time that oil supplies have dwindled.

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Raw Materials

Metals commodities include gold, silver, platinum, and copper. During periods of market volatility or bear markets, some investors may decide to invest in precious metals–particularly gold–because of their status as reliable, dependable metals with real, conveyable value. Investors may also decide to invest in precious metals as a hedge against periods of high inflation or currency devaluation.

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Agricultural commodities include corn, soybeans, wheat, rice, cocoa, coffee, cotton, and sugar. In the agricultural sector, grains can be very volatile during the summer months or during any period of weather-related transitions. For investors interested in the agricultural sector, population growth–combined with limited agricultural supply–can provide opportunities for profiting from rising agricultural commodity prices.

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ClaZar is committed to sourcing and representing international companies, small and big ones, that are leaders in their own fields of expertise, and that are complementary to each other, to be your supplier par excellence, in relation to reliability, seriousness in operations, price-quality ratio, and mutual benefit between the parties and to connect producers around the world through origination, trading, processing, and distribution, as well as offering a range of farmer services and risk management solutions.

Clazar LLC, would like to extend our global sense of support for the economic development of each country we do business with, reaffirming that we can get you each of the different products that are part of the main import areas. Through a Letter of Purchase Intent, we can send the respective quote based on the product (s) you want to quote, as well as the conditions of the negotiation.

all the products that we commercialize have their respective global gap, fda, cdl certifications or indicate type of certification legislation your country requires to cover requirements

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