Our Vision


The more we as individuals care about our health, the more we value the places where our food is grown.

That core belief drives our goals: commercialize pure and nutritious plant-based food from the Amazon rainforest, protect the habitat, and support the people who live there.

We introduced our first brand of fruit powder, Bomba Acai, in 2014. Just in time for Spring 2018, we are introducing Bomba Acerola Cherry and Bomba Guarana. We will launch a new line of products later this year.

We are offering our portfolio of powders to North American food manufacturers looking to infuse their finished products with unique and on-trend ingredients. At the same time, consumers can improve their health by adding our organic powders to smoothies and oatmeal, ice cream and lattes.

What makes Energy Foods extra-special is the relationship we want to have with you and the world. 

Indeed, the Brazilian rainforest is dear to us. While two of our team members, Láercio and Antonio, grew up there, Alex and William are Americans who have volunteered and/or worked in the Amazon and São Paulo for several decades. 


We are donating a portion of our revenues to help fund Aryiamuru, a project connecting rainforest inhabitants with biologists, engineers and other technical experts provided by 100% Amazonia. A social enterprise, 100% Amazonia is based in Belém, the capital of Brazil’s northern state of Pará at the edge of the rainforest.


Through Aryiamuru, diverse teams work together to analyze the soil, identify flora and fauna, and determine which plants to harvest, and when. This cooperative approach enables for an exchange of traditional knowledge and the latest scientific and ecological research. Villagers also learn how to organize themselves around production schedules, thus creating an efficient and strong infrastructure reflecting cultural norms.


More info on our products and philanthropy can be found throughout our site. If you’d like to get in touch, send a note to info@energyfoodsintl.com or call 844 - 77BOMBA (26622).