Sol Orgánica S.A

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Employer Introduction

We are a fast-growing regenerative organic food B-Corporation dedicated to improving our impact on the lives of smallholder farmers and the environment while producing organic tropical fruits and related products in Nicaragua. Our family of three international companies develops smallholder regenerative tropical fruit farmers, processes and exports fresh fruit, organic juices, purees, dried fruit and powders to strategic partners in the regenerative and social impact space worldwide, and imports, distributes and markets our products via Sol Simple, our ROC (Regenerative Organic Certified) retail facing brand in the US.

Nicaragua is the land of lakes and volcanoes. Living in Nicaragua offers a whole new perspective and opportunity for travel, new life experiences and skills, and a new perspective amidst the Covid-19 reality. Nicaragua (hotels, bars, restaurants, etc.) is open for business. It is where our US ex-patriot team is based. Our experienced local and ex-pat staff provide a professional environment in a growing company that is recognized as a leader in the regenerative agriculture space. The low cost of living in Nicaragua provides new opportunities for savings, conveniences and travel that are not akin to US living, while also providing significant professional development and experience with leaders in social and environmental impact. Nicaragua is a two-hour flight away from Miami and a 3-hour flight from Houston.

The closest beaches to San Marcos and Managua are about 45 minutes away. The popular beaches of the south are only 90 minutes+ from San Marcos. Within 60 minutes of Managua or San Marcos, one can find themselves lost in a colonial city, enjoying one of the 365 islands on Lake Nicaragua (which has sharks), shopping for crafts in a local market, hiking through the mountains in a coffee farm, basking in a volcanic lagoon, kitesurfing, surfing, fishing, visiting Spanish forts, musing pre-Colombian petroglyphs and marveling the magma in the caldera of Vulcan Masaya.