100% Amazonia

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Nombre del negocio:
100% Amazonia
Country of location:
Province/department of location:
City/District of location:
Business Type:
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
Community approach:
Involves and articulates with the community (not in the hands of the community)
Led by woman:
Use of the term "regenerative":
Business link:
Value chain position:
Commerce (physical or online store), Transformation/Processing
Activity and management system:
Commerce (physical or online store), Forest Food Processing
Products and services offered:
Oils and/or butter, Powdered food, Açaí (Acai berries), Drinks, Multi-product trade, Fruit pulps
Participation of vulnerable groups:
Involves and articulates with other traditional peoples, Involves and articulates with indigenous people
Sistema B, The Global Company - UN, EU-Organic products of the European Union, USDA Organic

The information presented in the map comes from a review of publicly available secondary sources, mainly from business communication media (websites, social networks). The Consortium is not responsible for the information and veracity of the practices and impacts publicly reported by businesses and support actors in these media.

It is important to consider that businesses at different levels of development and transition are presented here. On the one hand, there are businesses that do not use the term “regenerative”, but that are very close to our understanding of RFB. On the other hand, there are cases that call themselves "regenerative” but, in practice, they don't necessarily align as much to the definition proposed by the Consortium. Even so, it seemed essential to include them in the map, in order to have a general overview of the different types of businesses that in some way approach or appropriate the use of this term.

The actors presented on the map are those who, as part of their activities, are supporting (or supported) regenerative food businesses and their ecosystem, directly or indirectly. Likewise, these actors were identified through a review of publicly available secondary sources (websites, social networks, news, etc.).