Araucanía Region is one of the fifteen regions in which Chile is divided. It comprises two provinces: Malleco in the north and Cautin in the south. Its capital and largest city is Temuco. According to the 2002 census, its most populous cities are: Temuco (260,783 hab Includes Padre Las Casas); Villarrica (45,531 hab.) Angol (43,801 hab.) Victoria (23,977 hab.) Lautaro (18,808 hab.) New Imperial (14,980 hab.) Collipulli (14,240 hab.) Loncoche (14,191 hab.) and Traiguén (14,140 hab.).
Most groups of producers in Chile are very small, usually family business, that is why we decided to group them by regions.
This s assembly is located in the southern part of Chile and includes all farmers of Regions IX.detailed information can be seen In the chart.