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Name:
Satere Mawe
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Business Name:

Satere Mawe

Location:

-3.47435499953604, -63.17138671875

Address:

R Leopoldo Neves, 516

City:

Parintins

State/Province

Amazonas

Zip Code:

69151-065

Country:

Brazil

Region:
South America
In Business Since:

2009

Phone:

(92)9141-8030

Website:
Do you have experience exporting directly?

Yes

Describe yourself in 140 characters or less:

Consorcio de Productores Sateré-Mawé (CPSM) is an organization of 500 Sateré-Mawé indigenous producer families who cultivate guaraná

Bio:

We are an organization of 500 Sateré-Mawé indigenous families who cultivate guaraná syrup and honey from native guaraná flowers. Inhabitants of the middle Amazonas River, on the border between Amazonas and Pará, we consider the guaraná plant to be the basis of our religious culture. In addition to conserving and valuing their forests, our productive activity helps us preserve our traditions and generate income. Guaraná is currently being exported to countries like France and Italy, and its production has established a sustainable economy for our community.

Number of employees:

>250

Size of business (annual sales in US$)

<US$50,000

What is your primary language?

Portuguese

Products of interest
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Grower or harvester, Wholesaler, distributor or broker, Manufacturer, processor

Export to

France, Italy

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Business - First/Last Name

Satere Mawe

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About Us
We are an organization of 500 Sateré-Mawé indigenous families who cultivate guaraná syrup and honey from native guaraná flowers. Inhabitants of the middle Amazonas River, on the border between Amazonas and Pará, we consider the guaraná plant to be the basis of our religious culture. In addition to conserving and valuing their forests, our productive activity helps us preserve our traditions and generate income. Guaraná is currently being exported to countries like France and Italy, and its production has established a sustainable economy for our community.