The Brazil nut tree or Castanheira (Bertholletia Excelsa) is one of the most important economic plants in the Amazon. The edible seeds of this species are often cited as the most important product of Amazonian extractive reserves, and the nuts are sustainably harvested.
Brazil nut extraction is promoted as an economic alternative to other destructive economic activities. The ecologically sustainable logging industry allows local people to make a living without engaging in practices such as logging or deforestation for agriculture. In fact, since chestnut trees only flourish in the wild, they provide an economic incentive to preserve the rainforest.
It is a product in which the Brazil nut in natura goes through a drying process for better conservation of the product, is selected by size and bagged in 25 kg jute bags.
BRAZIL NUTS WITHOUT SHELLS
It is a product in which the Brazil nut in natura goes through a drying process, selection, shelling, dehydration and then is vacuum-packed and packed in 20kg cardboard boxes.
DETAILS ABOUT PRODUCTION CAPACITY, SEASONALITY, AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:
Our production capacity for Brazil nuts in shell is 50 tons per month and for shelled Brazil nuts 15 tons per month.