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|About||Now in Hong Kong, bringing the healthiest natural food from the Amazon to your door. Asopie offers the purest form of Açaí super food; the best Açaí pulp straight from the Amazon rainforest of Suriname, South America. Wild-harvested. Naturally organic|
Coming from a tiny village in the middle of the Amazon jungle, it has always been Wendell’s dream to bring the best of his tribal community to the rest of the world.
After many years studying and working in Asia, Wendell and Roberta, the founders of Asopie, embarked on a mission.
It all started years back when Wendell would spend hours talking passionately about his tribal food and all things Amazon.
As a proud descendent of an Amazonian tribe, Wendell then took his Italian partner Roberta on a life-changing visit to the “Amazon” in Suriname, South America. She instantly fell in love with the nature, the culture, the food and the people.
With a love for the Amazon, its people, its culture, its food, and a dream to bring the best of the Amazon to the world; Asopie was born.
The Amazon rainforest includes territory belonging to nine nations and is the largest and most biodiverse rainforest on earth; home to one third of the world’s animal and plant species, including the Açaí, the Amazonian wonder fruit.
Now offering the best quality Açaí berry in Hong Kong, we aspire to work with local Amazonian farmers to bring some of the healthiest traditional and natural Amazonian food to Hong Kong.
Our Açaí comes directly from the tribal people of Suriname in South America, who have observed centuries of tradition and prospered from the natural health benefits of the Açaí berry.
Suriname is a small country in northern South America and it borders the Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Guyana, and French Guiana.
With over 95% of its land covered by forest, Suriname has the highest forested land area in the world, and over 85% of the country’s land is covered by the Amazon tropical rainforest. Suriname is home to the Indigenous peoples and six tribal peoples referred to, generically, as Maroons.
The Indigenous and Maroon people regard the Amazon rainforest as fundamental to their physical, cultural and spiritual existence and live in a delicate b