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Bela Iaca Ind e Com Polpas de Frutas

Business TypeManufacturer
Main MarketsNorth America South America Southeast Asia Mid East Western
Business Owner
Employees51 - 100 People

Company Introduction

Bela Iaca is one of the biggest fruit processing industries in the Amazonian region. Bela Iaca is located 40 miles from Belem, in Para State, one of the Amazonian states in Brazil. Our core activity is the processing of premium quality acai berries. We have also developed a wide assortment of other fruit pulps: Camu-Camu, Cupuacu, Acerola, Passion fruit, Pineapple, Guava, Cashew, Tapereba, Soursop and Mango.
It all started in 1982 when the Silvas, an immigrant family from Paraiba, moved to Para in the search of a decent living through the acai berry trade. Buying the fruit from Para and the neighbouring state of Maranhao, they started selling it on the well-known Ver-o-Peso market in Belem. As time went by, dispatching gradually but successfully the berries from the surroundings cities, they acquired a high expertise in the fruit quality and supply logistics. Being managed by its 3rd generating today, the company carries more than 25 years of experience in this wonder fruit. Our people use this background daily to process the fruits into single strength pulps and purees at an unparalleled price-quality ratio.
The factory was actually founded in 2003 under the name Acai Sao Pedro. In 2005, when starting working with other fruits than acai, the company name switched to Bela Iaca. With well-trained engineers and technicians and modern production facilities, Bela Iaca activity grew astonishingly rapidly within six years.

Contact Information

Contact PersonMr. Delphine Grelet
Fax Number55
Post Code68741
AddressTV Duque de Caxias 250, Castanhal, Para, Brazil
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