Sataré-Mawé people

Indigenous People(s): Sataré-Mawé
Country: Brazil
Product(s): Guarana, Honey
Description: The Consorcio de Productores Sateré-Mawé (CPSM) is an organization of 500 Sateré-Mawé indigenous producer families who cultivate guaraná syrup and honey from native guaraná flowers. Inhabitants of the middle Amazonas River, on the border between Amazonas and Pará, the Sateré-Mawé consider the guaraná plant to be the basis of their religious culture. In addition to conserving and valuing their forests, CPSM's productive activity preserves indigenous traditions and generates incomes for the Sateré-Mawé. Guaraná is currently being exported to countries like France and Italy, and its production has established a sustainable economy for the community, and is independently managed by the Sateré-Mawé.
Conservation Area: Andirá-Marau indigenous territory.
Location: Amazonas/Pará
Source of Information: Dylan Link.
Additional information: Link 1

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