Amapuri, by CORPOCAMPO

We started in 2003 as a non-profit organization, we are dedicated to the production and distribution of Açaí Berry and palm heart. All our products sprout from environmentally friendly practices.

We operate in the Colombian Pacific with four production plants in the departments of Cauca, Valle del Cauca, Nariño and Putumayo.

Partnerships for the benefit of the community

For Corpocampo, the alliances that it has with the farmers are of the utmost importance. That is why we rely on fair trade policies where we commit to buy 100% of farmers’ production at a fair and sustainable price in the long term. With this industry about 1,200 families benefit from the exploitation of Naidí palm and in the industrial process we generate direct employment to more than 180 female heads of household. We also develop and support health and education programs that constitute the most felt needs in the area.
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Our objetive

Promote the development of the most affected regions of Colombia through sustainable agribusiness projects; We are the main producers of Açaí Berry and Palmito in Colombia.

We promote industrial agro productive projects in different regions of the country, it is our goal.

Mission

Work on development in areas with influence of illicit crops, in order to provide a clean culture for the production of organic products and position them in national and international markets.

Vision

To be the main corporation in Colombia to develop alternative businesses with organic products originating from projects for the substitution of illicit crops in vulnerable areas of the Colombian Geography.

Quality Policies

We are Environmentally Responsible

15,600 hectares of forest will be managed with sustainable agroforestry models. Our work benefits the peasant and Afro-Colombian communities, providing them with better quality of life and work (1200 families benefited).

Generate decent and responsible jobs in areas where violence and poverty have wreaked havoc: Guapi, Buenaventura, Tumaco and Puerto Asís.

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