Since 1931 making history in the Amazon.
Originating in Central America, the acerola or “cherry of the antilles” reached the current highlight from the finding of high levels of Vitamin C, at levels 100 times higher than orange and lemon.I WANT TO BUY !
It originates from the Amazon rainforest. Its pulp is widely used in local cuisine, especially in the state of Pará. Its juice is usually offered to those who visit the region to know its flavor.I WANT TO BUY !
Guava is an American fruit plant of pre-Columbian culture. In the Amazon region guava is one of the most familiar fruits, being found anywhere due to the ease with which it is dispersed.I WANT TO BUY !
Fruit widely used in the North and Northeast, Pará stands out as a major producer and exporter. Passion fruit juice provides good amounts of water-soluble vitamins, minerals and fiber.I WANT TO BUY !
With a wide tropical distribution, this fruit is today grown in the North and Northeast, and may also be known as cajá. It has a taste, aroma and color suitable to conquer the most demanding palates.I WANT TO BUY !
Noble vegetable oils are extracted from the seeds of cupuaçu, passion fruit and andiroba, from the Tomé-Açu Agroforestry System (SAFTA), and serve as raw material for the production of cosmetics.I WANT TO BUY !
Currently the planting takes place in polyculture through the Agroforestry System. The production of black and white ground pepper has tradition and quality assurance with international recognition.I WANT TO BUY !
Since 1931 we are an example in cooperativism, community action and environmental integration.
Tome-Açu Agroforestry System - SAFTA, developed in the 70's.
Expansion and diversification of activities with the installation of agribusiness in 1987.