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The acai palm is a staple feature of the Brazilian diet. It's cleansing properties have become a worldwide phenomenon in recent years. One local artisan group in northern Brazil, called Segue o Seco, harvests these seeds, dyes them, and creates beautiful jewelry out of them. Segue o Seco is committed to using materials and processes with minimum environmental impact, thereby keeping the traditions of this amazonian region alive. Show your support for environmental sustainability. Pick up your fairtrade acai earrings today!
Segue o Seco is a cooperative of artisans in northeastern Brazil. Sustainability is central to their mission, and they use materials and processes that have minimal environmental impact. All items in the Brazil collection are made with sustainably harvested Buriti palm fiber. This fiber is hand-dyed with natural dyes and then woven or crocheted.
Made from all-natural, renewable resources.
Supports female entrepreneurship.
Creates jobs in Brazil for people from poverty situations.
Part of the Jesus' Economy shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.
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