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Ed Nichols, Jeremy Black, Ryan Black
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What they do:
First U.S. supplier of the Aca'i berry.

On a trip to Brazil, Ed Nichols and Ryan Black were introduced to the Aca'i berry. They loved its unique flavor and nutritional properties.

About the business:
They started Sambazon and became the first U.S. supplier of Aca'i berries. Sambazon products, all created from the Aca'i berry, can be found everywhere from Pick & Save to Whole Foods.


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