About us - 100% Amazônia Pular para conteúdo

From Amazon to the world

Located in the Amazon Delta, 100% Amazonia specializes in renewable, non-timber forest products, sourced from the most biodiverse locale on the planet.

We help local companies turn those products into healthy ingredients for food supplements, drinks, and cosmetics.

By respecting local culture and generating income for  traditional and indigenous communities, we build a bridge between nature and humankind, encouraging and promoting sustainability in the Amazon.

We honor our partners, suppliers and customers, and we share our success with them.

We believe in ethical action, walking our talk and — above all — being passionate about what we do!

It all began in 2006, when Fernanda Stefani was asked to create a supply chain for brazilian açaí-based products for a large U.S. company. Since 2003, she had been working on supply chain strategies in the amazon and performing market studies on amazon superfruits. Moving to the region was the logical next step, in order to better understand and work with local culture and habits. In 2009, the supply chain was successfully established, and she moved on to new projects, inviting Joziane Alves to be her partner. 100% amazonia was born.

Fernanda, who specializes in international trade and business intelligence, studied economics at FEA-USP (School of Economics and Business Administration of the University of São Paulo, Brazil) and earned an M.A. in trade sciences from the Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien – WU-Wien in Vienna, Austria. Joziane Alves earned a B.A. in business administration from UFSC (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil).

100% Amazonia holds a strategic position for gathering the most important assets of the Amazon Rainforest — the raw materials given to us by mother nature. From seeds to fruits, everything can be transformed into nutritionally rich oils, purees, single-strength and clarified juices, extracts, high-orac freeze-dried products, and more.



More at:

Building a berry business in the Amazon

Brasil 27: Caso 100% Amazônia

2015 Korea-LAC Business Summit