How did the Inka Road
help feed the empire?

The Inka managed a vast system for producing food staples, such as corn, quinoa, and potatoes. In warmer climates, peppers, fruits, and coca were cultivated. Storage facilities called colcas held surplus crops. Food supplies were moved along the Road for delivery to Cusco or to feed communities whose crops had produced poorly.

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