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The more people buy PI'Y - the Kayapó name for Brazil nuts - the more our direct trade helps strengthen the Kayapó people, their culture and the Amazon rainforest they protect and depend on. Trading the nuts provides financial autonomy for around 600 families in over 50 Kayapó villages, and helps protect Indigenous lands - 40 thousand square miles of Amazon rainforest.
The Land Workers' Alliance, Roddick Foundation, Hodmedod and Kayapó-led cooperative COOBÂ-Y have come together to build a new direct trade relationship in solidarity with the Indigenous fight for survival, bringing wild-harvested nuts directly from the Kayapó people of Brazil to the UK for the first time.