Antioxidant-rich berry

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 7 Apr 2018, Saturday

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Sambazon, Inc. is a privately held American company based in San Clemente, California and founded in 2000. The company makes and sells açaí-based food and beverages. All Sambazon products are USDA-certified Organic, Non-GMO Project verified, naturally gluten free and fair trade. The variety of açaì-based smoothies, juices, and other Sambazon smoothies are sold in packs sometimes.


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Sambazon was founded in 2000 by Ryan Black, Edmund Nichols and Jeremy Black, following a trip to Brazil where they experienced their first açaí bowls. Credited for introducing açaí to the US, the company started by selling frozen açaí pulp to juice bars in southern California, but now has distribution networks across the US, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Mexico and Canada. In 2005, Sambazon built its own açaí manufacturing plant in Brazil, establishing an organic, vertically-integrated supply chain for the berries.

As the largest producer of organic açaí with yearly sales estimated at US$25 million in 2008, Sambazon is credited with being the first company to establish USDA Organic Certification for açaí, and also achieved Fairtrade certification for its supply chain. As of October 2013[update], Sambazon was the fifth largest premium juice brand in the US and became part of a category known as “superpremium juice drinks” that includes brands like Bossa Nova, Odwalla and Naked Juice.

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