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About Gro Organic

India is a country where more than half the population is dependent on agriculture for both food and livelihood. However, agriculture doesn’t yield much profit to the small and marginal farmers, causing them to give it up and migrate to urban areas looking for other jobs. Following are the main reasons for the low profit in farming in India

Organic Food

Organic farming keeps the land and soil healthy. It is done using only bio-fertilizers, which further contribute to the pollution-free environment.

The Food, Grown Using Zero Chemical Fertilizers, Called Organic Food. It Is Considered As Healthierchoice Because It Is Grown In A Natural Way Without Using Any Chemical Fertilizers, Pesticides And Preservatives.

Why Organic Food?

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The Food, grown using zero chemical fertilizers, called organic food. It is considered as healthierchoice because it is grown in a natural way without using any chemical fertilizers, pesticides and preservatives.

Indian Organic Food Market

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Global Organic food market is rising at 10-12% per year, with the current market valued USD 100 billion (2016-17). It is further expected to increase to USD 138 billion in 2020 and USD 232 billion in 2025-26.

Global Organic Food Market

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In the conventional distribution channel, there are multiple middlemen involved in storage, processing, packaging, logistics, wholesale and retail. These middlemen take awaymost of the profit the farmers could earn.

Distribution Channel - Conventional Food

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Through IMSA project, GroOrganic is set to reduce middlemen and connect the farmers to retail and export markets. Our team is working relentlessly to help the farmers getting more income.

Distribution Channel - Organic Food

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Organic Framing

Organic farming keeps the land and soil healthy. It is done using only bio-fertilizers, which further contribute to the pollution-free environment.

Organic farming keeps the land and soil healthy. It is done using only bio-fertilizers, which further contribute to the pollution-free environment.

Organic Farming in India

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Organic Agriculture In India Has Potential To Growing Fast, Creating Jobs In Farming Sector, Food Processing And Supply Chain Opportunities.

Organic Agriculture Benefits

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The Government of India launched Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yogana (PKVY) in 2015 to promote organic farming in India.

Government Initiatives

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GroOrganic works with distinguished NGOs, Farmers Producers Organisations (FPOs), in various districts of Odisha, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

Our Farmers

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