Sambazon Introduces New Ready-To-Eat Açaí Bowls


Sambazon, recognized for being bringing Açaí to consumers around the world in the form of juices and superfruit smoothie packs, is now launching Ready-to-Eat Açaí Bowls.

The Brazilian Açaí berry earned its superfood status due to its powerful combination of antioxidants and healthy omegas.

These organic, fair-trade, vegan and non-gmo bowls are available in three flavors: 

  • Amazon Superberry: Açaí Berry Blend high in antioxidants(1)
  • Berry Bliss: Açaí + Strawberry Banana Blend with one billion probiotics per serving
  • Peanut Butter Power: Açaí, Peanut Butter, Banana + Protein Blend with 12g plant-based protein per serving

All bowls are ready-to-eat in a simple, four-step process: remove from the freezer, tear off the granola toppings cup, defrost at room temperature for 10-15 minutes or microwave for 10-15 seconds, stir until soft and creamy, and garnish with the granola provided or create your very own personal bowl with your favorite fruit toppings.

By enjoying the delicious powers of açaí, you’ll receive all of the nutritional properties of the berry as well as Omegas 3, 6, 9, leaving you feeling full for hours at just 190-290 calories each. In line with the company’s environmental mission to protect the Amazon, these Ready-to-Eat Bowls are served in 100% plant-fiber packaging that are completely recyclable and compostable, meaning less waste and impact on our planet.

“We’ve been working on this innovation for quite some time and we’re excited to finally bring consumers the Delicious Powers of Açaí right to their freezer in a ready-to-eat bowl that is also better for the planet,” said Jeremy Black, Co-Founder, Sambazon. “With the increase of people spending more time working remotely, and even learning from home, ready-to-eat bowls are the perfect healthy option for everyone in the family.”

Sambazon’s Ready-to-Eat Açaí Bowls are sold individually for just under $4 and can be found at Whole Foods Markets nationwide as well as select Publix, Walmart, Albertson, Wegmans, H-E-B and Target.

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