Our products are 100% certified organic
As if nutritional facts, ingredient lists and dietary claims on food packages were not overwhelming enough, the ‘organic’ label has become an additional piece of information for consumers to decipher. Not just anyone can slap on an organic label on a product and call it good
So, what does it actually mean, and when is a product considered certified organic?
Well, it’s complicated - but let us explain.
The organic label must remain true and display environmental consciousness at every stage from seed to plate - Farming, Processing, Storage, Packaging and Distribution. In simple terms, this means that in order to be certified organic, we must integrate cultural, biological and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance and conserve biodiversity, at all stages of organic production.
Becoming certified organic is a long and winding road that sometimes takes several years to fulfill. The standards are high and the vigilance is rigorous but the outcome is definitely worth it!
It’s great being able to produce food that we are proud of. But, what does this mean for you?
An organic certification is important for two reasons :
- Organic practices encourage a more sustainable and natural environment. Every time you choose organic, you make a small contribution to a greater environmental cause.
- Organic practices support long-term health by avoiding toxins and dangerous chemicals that you may otherwise ingest or absorb unknowingly.
Afterall, you are what you eat! So, eat well, live well.
Spot the Difference
You’re finally ready to march into the supermarket with everything you need to know about investing in organic food. One last step - how do you know that something is certified organic?
Let the labels guide you.
The term ‘organic’ may only be used on labels and in labeling of raw or processed agricultural products, including ingredients, that have been produced and handled in accordance with the certification standards defined by country-specific regulatory bodies (such as APEDA/NPOP in India, USDA/NOP in the USA, etc.)
To be sure you are buying certified organic, look for certification seals on a product’s label and you’re all set to conquer the beautiful world of organic.
Our farms and processing facilities are certified under the following international organic and fair trade standards :
Names: NPOP, USDA, Jaivik Bharat
Organic fits with our Mission
Our journey, like every other, has been exciting, challenging and rewarding. Through it all, we always remember our why and what we aspire to accomplish. Organic fits our mission like a warm glove on a cold day. It has always felt authentic to who we are.
We believe that everyone deserves food that is CLEAN - free of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, additives or artificial ingredients. With nothing but soil as protector, and nature as defender.
This is why we are 100% certified organic.
We also exhibit a no-compromising attitude in terms of quality and are pedantic about purity on your plate via purity every step of the way.
This means you purchase 100% quality.
By using sustainable practices and cultivation techniques that don’t harm the environment, we are creating a thriving ecosystem for our farmers and our consumers, while giving hope for a brighter tomorrow. It’s our little drop in the ocean.