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World Asthma Day - a time when people are made more aware of Asthma and how it can be prevented/managed with the support/lifestyle changes available. There are bunch of initiatives undertaken every year by the government to prevent and control the disease - Free check up camps across cities New Asthma...

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  Avocados are the hottest new food on the block, with outposts dedicated to serving them popping up in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and other culinary hotspots, and dominating Instagram feeds all over the world. Why the newfound obsession over these fruits? Well, at the root of this popularity are the multitude of...

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It’s summer. It’s hot. Yet the one relief we all can share is that it is mango season!  From mango ice cream, mango smoothies, mango puddings and more, there is no stopping a happy mango from making it into your and your loved ones meals. Here at I Say Organic we are dedicated to not only bring you 100% organic...

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Kinnaur is breathtakingly beautiful. Crisp sunlight bathes the far away mountains and fluffy clouds golden. You’re immediately thrown into a reverie about being a magical place. When you bite into one of their juicy, sweet apples, the reverie only seems to get longer. Welcome to Kalpa, Kinnaur Imagine being able...

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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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Amrik’s family had been farming for generations, but for him, farming was a second act. Amrik had spent several successful years providing parts to Mahindra Automotive, and only returned to the family farm in near Pundri, in 2007. The farm grew primarily wheat and rice using conventional techniques, but Amrik was...

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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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Vikram Rawat has a day job with the Himachal Pradesh Rural Bank, but has been tirelessly working for years towards  improving apple farming and the livelihoods of farmers in the Karsog Valley. Like much of rural India, Karsog Valley farmers rely heavily on chemical agricultural inputs and were initially unwilling to...

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Meet Your Farmers- Sirsa, Haryana

Posted in Fruits & Veggies by  •  September 9, 2014

In 2002, founder Sunil Gupta left his home and job in Delhi and shifted to Sirsa, Haryana to live off his family's land by developing an organic farm. Sunil traveled to organic farms around the country to better understand organic agriculture techniques. After facing many challenges in the initial years, he finally...

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