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Hand harvested by thousands of local families in the rich wetlands of the Amazon. Açaí wild agroforestry is a lifeline that generates economic and environmental benefits to the Amazon rainforest. adidas shoes sale nfl shop steelers chicago bears nfl custom basketball jerseys adidas sale nike air jordan adidas shoes on sale best mens sex toy nike air jordan high tops nike air jordan low custom jersey online nike air jordan high tops jerseys nfl nfl super bowl nike air jordan 11

Açaí from Amazonia contains the highest level of antioxidants (ORAC) on the market due to the rapid freezing process of the pulp, which also helps to preserve optimal levels of nutrients.

Brazil's northern state of Pará alone contains more than 250,000 hectares of totally wild-growing Açaí palm trees. We can literally feed the entire world, provide income for thousands of Brazilians, and maintain large areas of the Amazon rainforest through this sustainable business model.



Amazonia founder Dwayne Martens worked with locals in Vietnam to cultivate a parcel of semi-arid land on a certified organic Pitaya plantation. In other regions, Pitaya farming has led to deforestation. However, Amazonia is, once again, a pioneer in a new industry that is committed to a sustainable future.



Agroforestry preserves the health of the trees and is a means of keeping large numbers of coconut trees standing, along with the ecosystem and biodiversity that surrounds them. The origin in Vietnam is called the "land of coconuts", where even a coconut religion resides. The “tree of life” provides everything from building materials to food and hydration.



It is obtained from the fruit of the tree commonly known as Jack or Jackfruit. Originating from Southeast Asia, it has a tender texture and a meat-like consistency that, together with a subtle flavor, makes it extremely versatile and perfect for savory dishes.

Promoting the cultivation of this fruit encourages the recovery of degraded areas and offers the possibility of continuing to take advantage of them in the future. The benefits of this food have a profound and positive impact on the local economy as well as helping to preserve the forests of the "Land of the Jack".