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Wednesday, 20 January 2021 / Published in Blog
Food delivery App GrubHub names acai bowls as one of the most ordered food items in the pandemic. With a global pandemic underway many businesses didn’t know if they’d be able to withstand the market fluctuations and continue operations. The quick service and health food industry was no exception. Would Acai Express be able to
Tuesday, 11 August 2020 / Published in Blog
It’s widely known that technology and social media can basically “make or break” a brand. Every business owner has to think about ways to adapt the media to their company or restaurant. A successful company does not see technology as only a way to brand itself or reach more audiences, but also to discover new
Tuesday, 11 August 2020 / Published in Blog
The Amazon represents over 60 percent of the world’s tropical rainforests. Over the past months, the international community at large has become aware that the Amazon rainforest is responsible for most of the CO2 absorbed on our planet. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the Amazon absorbs more CO2 than it rejects,
Tuesday, 11 August 2020 / Published in Blog
Going into the franchise world can be tricky. That’s why you should ask yourself a series of questions before deciding if this system fits you. We made a list to guide you: 1. Am I willing to work with other people’s established systems? Franchises have become popular in the business world, according to multiple marketing
Tuesday, 11 August 2020 / Published in Blog
Be Part of It/ (The Movement)! It’s no secret the organic food market has seen an increase in sales in the past few years. Expectations are that by 2023, the market growth would have grown at least 15%, according to a Research and Markets report. Consequently, the acai berry business is expected to expand 11% annually
Tuesday, 11 August 2020 / Published in Blog
Take a tour with Acai Express Superbowl Food founder Hector Westerband and his team. Learn how Acai berries are harvested from deep in the Amazon rain forest in Brazil, then processed into our Grade A Acai, which is the centerpiece of our recipe.
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