The Camu Camu is a shrub that grows on the banks of the Amazon Rivers: Putumayo, Tiger, Curaray, Ucayali, Yavarí, Napo, Monsoon, among others. It grows in areas of high rainfall and areas prone to flooding .

The harvest is very important because it has a direct benefit for many indigenous people. There are -approximately 12,000 to 15,000 families who live in extreme poverty near the banks of the rivers where the Camu Camu grows. These communities, called Ashaningas, Shipibos, Machinengas and other ethnic groups from the rain forest, take part directly in the chain of harvesting and marketing


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