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Impact Business

peabiru

income for rural populations, especially for women and youth.

Peabiru Produtos da Floresta buys honey from family farmers, taking care of logistics, processing, Federal Inspection Seal (SIF), sales and after-sales. The honey traded is one of the few in Brazil with the SIF, which makes it possible to sell throughout the national territory and also to export.

The business seeks to bring income to rural populations, especially women and young people, associated with greater pollination for agroforestry and ecological restoration, reducing deforestation. Promotes training and direct follow-up with producers.

“In the territories where we work, there are already relatively resolved production processes and products with differentiated quality. At the same time, there are consumer markets for such products. What's missing is the link between production and marketing",says Hermógenes de Sá, executive director of the Peabiru Institute.

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City State

Bethlehem - PA

Foundation

2017

nature of business

Limited society

Model

B2B2C

Founders:

Hermógenes Sá and Peabiru Institute

Team Size:

3 employees

Patent

Not

business phase

business organization

Year of entry into the program:

2019

Total amount raised

100.000,00

what solves

Sustainable income alternative for family producers and riverside families. Dependence on middlemen and low market prices.

impact

Income generation for rural populations – focus on women and youth. Pollination for agroforestry, ecological restoration and deforestation reduction. Training and direct monitoring with producers.

product/market

Currently, honey is sold at the price of R$ 50.00 per kilo in Belém (PA). It already has the SIF, which makes it possible to sell the product in other states.

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