Supplier's Corner

Beraca Promotes Biodiversity Oils

December 9, 2005

Beraca’s Rain Forest Specialties line of butters and vegetable oils are derived from the buriti, urucum, andiroba, Para chestnut (Brazil nut), copaiba, passion fruit, cupuaçu, ucuuba and muru-muru. They are produced at the factory of Belem do Para, and refined at its refining unit of Santa Barbara D’Oeste in Brazil. Both factories are Forest Stewardship Council-certified, and are in the process of obtaining the GMP certification, and their current production capacity is of 600 tons/month, with full traceability of the production process. The raw materials, which are cold-pressed, are physically and vacuum refined for international quality standardization and guaranteed by the company. More info: (55) 11-5548-0839; Website: www.beraca.com.br.
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