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ABOUT ORGANIC SOUL

A young organization led by passionate people with zeal to make Healthy

We are a young organization led by passionate people with zeal to make Healthy, Chemical Free, Organic & Nutrient Rich Food & Products available to all and to inspire people to eat the best and live longer.

At the backend supply side, we see farming communities especially women are not getting their dues in form of appreciation of their hard work & incentives for adopting sustainable organic practices. We thought of marrying both roles by offering quality, healthy, nutrient-rich & certified organic products as per the need of consumers which are produced and the deserved value addition at source going to the organic farmers.

Why Organic

WHAT IS ORGANIC FARMING?
An integrated farming system

Organic Farming is an integrated farming system that strives for sustainability, the enhancement of soil fertility and biological diversity prohibiting synthetic pesticides, antibiotics, synthetic fertilizers, genetically modified organisms, and growth hormones. It is a production system that sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people.

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WHY CHOOSE ORGANIC?


Organic food is much richer in nutrients as compared to time conventionally grown food.

Helps us stay healthy & Free of Poison: Organic foods do not contain any chemicals. This is because organic farmers don’t use chemicals at any stage of the food-growing process unlike their commercial counterparts.

Enhanced Taste: The quality of food is also determined by its taste. Organic food often tastes better than other food.

Good for Environment: In commercial farms, the chemicals applied infiltrate into the soil and severely contaminate it and nearby water sources & local habitats. Plantlife, animals, and humans are all impacted by this phenomenon

HOW WE MAKE A

DIFFERENCE


We see our organic farmers as important stakeholders just like our partners in our mission. we create awareness about organic farming among farmers, giving them a platform to share their experiences, problems etc, supporting them with their training needs and also helping them financially & technically to get organic certification.


We are changing the landscape by organizing them into Self Help Groups (SHGs), help them in planning and adding value to their organic products so that they get better economic returns, generate local employment which keeps them motivated to bring more their land into organic.

OUR

VALUES


We believe in creating abundance for everyone, from primary producer i.e. organic farmer to end user i.e organic consumer. We follow an ethic based system whose main pillars are:


Earth Care: The Earth is a living, breathing entity. Without continuous care and nurturing there will be consequences too big to ignore. Earth Care can be taken to mean caring for the living soil. The state of the soil is often the best measure of the health and well-being of society. Our forests and rivers are the lungs and veins of our planet, which help the Earth live and breathe, supporting many diverse life forms.

People Care: If people’s needs are met in compassionate and simple ways, the environment surrounding them will prosper. People Care begins with ourselves and expands to include our families, neighbors and wider communities. The challenge is to grow through self-reliance and personal responsibility. Self-reliance becomes more feasible when we focus on non-material well-being, taking care of ourselves and others without producing or consuming unnecessary material resources.

Fair Share: If we are endowed with plenty, we can and should share with others. The growth in human consumption and the accelerating extinction of species make clear the impossibility of continuous growth. Sometimes we need to make hard decisions and consider what enough is.