Over the past few years, San Fernando has been heavily investing in soil health and fertility. They've created infrastructure to produce soil enriching microorganisms as well as worm composting to bolster production for its members. The cooperative also has an excellent quality control program, which isolates unique lots in order to highlight the diverse flavor profiles of the area. Their farm is situated at 1800-2400 meters, producing extremely dense and sweet profiles. New, lower-quality varieties have made their way throughout much of the country, but the extreme isolation of the region has helped maintain the traditional farming practices.