Acai Berry In The Spotlight


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People Magazine January 30, 2006 - Berry Good Berry

"The latest look-better, live-longer superfood? It's the Acai fruit. It's what Denise Richards swears by; what Kelly Slater downs before surfing competitions, It's Acai, a multipurpose mega booster berry that Hollywood has been hooked on."


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Brazilian berry destroys cancer cells in lab, UF study shows - January 12, 2006

GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- A Brazilian berry popular in health food contains antioxidants that destroyed cultured human cancer cells in a recent University of Florida study, one of the first to investigate the fruit's purported benefits.


Time Magazine February 14th, 2005

"NATURAL TREATS from Brazil, with twice the antioxidants of blueberries and a taste like blackberries crossed with chocolate."


Sports Illustrated for Women

September 2003 - Best Fruit You've Never Heard Of "Found in the Brazilian Amazon the purple Acai (ah-sigh-ee) palm fruit has 30 times the amount of antioxidants of red wine and contains essential fatty acids and vitamins C and E, all of which help reduce cholesterol and prevent cancer and heart disease."


The New York Times - August 4, 2004

"Rich in antioxidants and amino acids, Acai is thought to be one of the most nutritional fruits of the Amazon basin."


The Washington Post - August 11, 2004

"For those put off by juiced wheatgrass and bored with low-carb bars, there is Acai. Acai … the purplish fruit of the palmberry plant, purportedly contains more antioxidants than red wine and has a beguiling berry-like flavor with intense chocolate overtones."


Health Sciences Institute - July 2003

"The Acai berry is nature's perfect food. Get the healing power of many phytonutrients in one delicious package."


Men's Journal - July 2003

"The fruit that packs a punch…Acai actually gives you a rush. The taste is like a red wine with a hint of chocolate; the buzz, like a less jittery, more filling double latte."


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The Wall Street Journal - April 18, 2003

"Wheatgrass, protein shakes--so 2002. At juice bars and health stores around the country, the hip new taste is Acai. Acai... packed with anthocyanins, the same antioxidants that give red wine its health benefits."


Dr. Nicholas Perricone, MD - Acai # 1 Superfood™

In his #1 New York Times best selling book, "The Perricone Promise," Dr. Perricone calls Acai "The # 1 Superfood™ on the planet." He also says Acai is one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world. One look at the powerful content of the Acai berry and you can see why it is called "the miracle fruit," that shows the ability to slow down the aging process. "This little berry is one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world."


ABC's Good Morning America

"Then vs. Now: The Next Big Things for 2006 - Pomegranate vs. Acai"


NBC's The Today Show

"The Anomabi Indians have believed for centuries that the Acai holds unique power…and is believed to help women after birth and to give anyone who drinks it a burst of energy.'


Calgary Sun - The New Brazilian Supermodel

"Straight from the Amazon, a new Brazilian supermodel can be found in Canada. While it may not grace any catwalks, it can be found being blended into tasty Booster Juice concoctions. Found on rainforest palms, the Brazilian Acai (AH-sci-EE) berry is the supermodel of fruit.'"


Vogue Magazine

"The next big workout cocktail!"


The London Times

"Acai is the fruit of an Amazonian palm tree with the nutritional content that makes other fruits blush with inadequacy."


Tahoe World

"What quenches your thirst, gives you an energy boost, and saves the rainforest? The answer has to do with a fruit most people have never heard of–Acai. Grown from a tree found only in Brazil."


Business Week

"Popping up at smoothie chains and in beverages is an Amazon-grown berry called Acai …"


Business 2.0

"Acai may be the world's healthiest food. A berry grown in the Amazon rainforest, it has as much calcium as milk, more antioxidants than blueberries and a coffee-like kick. Not to mention that it has more nutrients than a multivitamin and tastes like chocolate covered cherries."

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