When Is the Harvest for the Acai Fruit in Brazil?

The acai palm (Euterpe oleracea) is a Brazilian native, growing up to 90 feet tall, flowering and fruiting year-round. The main season for harvesting acai berries in Brazil is between July and December. The berries are small and purplish-black and have been used by the Brazilians for hundreds of years for their health benefits.

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