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Yesterday we celebrated World Environment Day - the talk on which was echoing everywhere. On the streets, in offices, in government buildings, in the UN, in schools - everywhere! But what we feel is most important, is the instinctive echo within self.     We are the environment and  whatever we do mirrors...

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The budget announced recently has a lot of promises and offerings for agriculture and farming, as it always does and should. It’s only in the last few years that “organic” has started appearing as one of the sectors the government talks of encouraging. While looking at the amount of money allocated to organic...

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This month marked the 5th birthday of I Say Organic. We’re still young, as is the market for organic and wellness in India, but 5 also starts seeming old! I’m finding it hard to believe that it was 6 years back that I began a pilot on a small farm in eastern UP to test how a village would react to organic farming....

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In these stress-filled times, gardening is a great hobby that also helps you give back and put some important green back into the world. Organic gardening helps you impart important info about eating healthy, the dangers of chemicals, the relationship between food, farming and their appetites, as well as lifelong...

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Books change our lives, our minds, our ideas and our futures – for the better. While you might already be considering going organic or being more aware of what food you’re eating and where it comes from, knowledge helps you make better decisions. Here are seven books that I Say Organic loves and recommends,...

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Who doesn’t love a sprig of refreshing mint in their tea or salad? Especially when it’s fresh, organic mint is a treat for the senses. And you can make sure it’s organic by growing it at home.   What conditions does it need? Mint plants are perennial herbs; they grow all year through. They grow in direct and...

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Organic means better tasting food!

Posted in Why say organic? by  •  February 1, 2016

Tashi Kaul speaks with a measured tone. You get the impression that she’s weighing every word before she says anything…and when you find out she’s an international trade lawyer, with global experience, your brain goes “that explains it!” Here are some highlights from our chat with Tashi. Tell us a...

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Organic food is better for your health – I Say Organic, as a business and a set of beliefs, exists because of this principle. We’ve always held that organic food could save the world too, especially from global warming and climate change. And increasingly, science is backing up that belief as well. Recent data...

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Opening doors to good health

Posted in teamspeak, Why say organic? by  •  December 15, 2015

On December 12th and 13th 2015, we officially launched our first ever retail outlet in New Delhi. Along with a live cold press juice bar which pairs some of the season's best flavours, we also have a great food menu made from only the freshest, 100% organic fruits and vegetables. There were loyal customers, newbies...

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All about sustainable farming

Posted in Uncategorized by  •  December 14, 2015

An Organic Farmer's Diary All about sustainable farming Harsh Lohit, an organic farmer talks about what sustainable farming means to him and small land holding farmers Sustainable farming is variously called organic, natural, biodynamic or permaculture; all of which are overlapping methods and systems to...

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