“The concept of being a locavore, or one who chooses whenever possible to incorporate locally
grown or locally produced food into one’s nutrition plan, is of great importance”. Tyler Florence
Have you ever considered the importance of consuming locally grown food? Though the trend
of locally grown food is slowly picking up speed, many are still in the run for exotic imported food
or genetically modified ones. Shouldn’t we eat them at all? Yes, we can. Is it the most healthy
option? No, it isn’t.
Locally grown food will always have the health benefit of being appropriate for the varying
seasons. Witnessing the cultivation of food that you consume is always a bliss in today’s world
where everything is adulterated and modified to satisfy the commercial needs. Not only that,
locally grown food can reduce food miles as there is reduced/no need for refrigeration and
transportation. Both of these, otherwise, would indirectly add further damage to the existing
In Organo Naandi, we work towards producing chemical-free, fresh and locally cultivable
healthy food. As you know, cultivating seasonal fruits and vegetables in closer vicinity every day
reduces food miles, thereby reducing carbon footprint. Natural farming and practices such as
using natural fertilizers and natural pesticides like jeevamrutham have helped Naandians move
steadily towards a healthy way of eating.