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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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Going Organic Is The Future For Us

Posted in Testimonials by  •  May 14, 2016

Anuradha Mehrotra speaks calmly, almost thoughtfully. Her soft voice belies the steel underneath; steel that becomes apparent as she talks about issues in and around her neighbourhood, about her passion for the environment and stray animals. During our conversation, she also exhorts I Say Organic to start campaigns...

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The natural taste of vegetables

Posted in Why say organic? by  •  December 30, 2015

We spoke to Amit Karki about his journey to organic food across cities in India and how he likes shopping with I Say Organic. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family. My name is Amit Karki, my family has three people; my wife, my 12 year old son and me. I work in publishing, at the S Chand company....

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Only a short drive from Delhi you arrive at the large white gate, and you feel like you are in another world. To get there from South Delhi, you drive south on crowded streets toward Faridabad, past unfinished skyscrapers and housing blocks, until these all fall away and you are on the road between Gurgaon and...

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When Rajesh Khedi began farming organically, he didn’t have a name for it. He just knew that he needed to try something different if he was going to support his family. Rajesh inherited his farm from his elder brother in 1995 and adopted the same techniques as everyone else, using chemical pesticides and fertilizers...

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High above the valley city of Rampur, on the slopes of one of Himachal Pradesh’s countless mountains, a group of village women are working together to bring their organic produce to the wider world. They’ve discovered that combining old techniques with new methods, building systems based on trust and local...

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I was born to a family of restaurant owners, so food and customers were pretty much always centre stage... I'm Elsa, 37 and French, living in Asia for 5-and-a-half years now and counting. I was born to a family of restaurant owners, so food and customers were pretty much always centre stage, I don't remember ever...

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I have a background in food and cooking and had my own Catering Company in the US for many years.  In the late 80s, one of the creations I was known for was a whole side of swordfish, slow-grilled.  One day I got a large swordfish in my kitchen and was deboning it. To my horror, I found several tumor-like things...

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