New forest for Brazil!
Imagine eating delicious and healthy food and hence reforest the Amazon and help small family farmers to build a better life.
TodaVida is a green startup from Berlin, and our goal is to reforest the Amazon by means of “food forests”, mixed permacultural forests constituted by rare native plants, like Brazil Nuts, Cupuaçu, Graviola, Guaraná, Açaí, Jatobá, and many others.
With your consume of our products, new forest is created in Brazil.
Get involved, be it as a customer, as a sponsor of tree babies, or as an active member of our “Forest Hero Crowd”.
Save the Amazon by consuming Brazil Nuts?
Unser Crowdfunding hat begonnen, der erste Schritt auf dem Weg zu einem wichtigen Etappenziel ist getan!Read more
Ein Dessert mit wenig süß und viel gesund! Probier mal unser Rezept für Chia-Pudding mit Paranussmehl!Read more
This is how you too can save rain forest
Dies ist die TodaVida Forest Hero Crowd. Erfahre mehr über das Warum, Was und Wie unseres Crowdsourcing-Konzepts zur Rettung des Regenwaldes in Brasilien.Read more
Real forest heroes
Let me introduce two real forest heroes. These two joung Brazilians are part of our social environmental projects in Brazil. Read on to get to know them!Read more
Amazonassiedlung der Zufriedenheit
When arriving in the village of Juruena, visitors will be welcomed with a smile. With the sun high and hot on the sky, they’ll be offered a drink in the shades of a fruit tree.Read more
Brazil Nuts Ice Cream
Check out our summer suggestion for your kitchen: home made Brazil Nuts Ice cream – Julia’s recipe!Read more
Taberebá exists in at least 10 tree variations in the tropial Americas, half of which in the Amazon region. Get to know another super fruit!Read more
Her Majesty – The Brazil Nut Tree!
The Brazil Nuts tree is a strange and unique forest guard! Let us tell you the story of this Amazon giant and why it’s such an important tree to us humans.Read more
Rio Roosevelt and its ecological mission
This river is named after the famous US-American president, and it’s one of the most protected areas in the Amazonas region.Read more