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Single Origin Organic Toor Dal
588
 BUY  1 Kg | 185  

Bhaskar & Lakshmi, Metalkunta (Telangana)

Bhaskar used to be a tailor, and took to organic farming 5 years ago. His crops are entirely rain-fed. They use heirloom seeds which have been passed from generation to generation within their family.
Toor Dal is a very hardy and disease resistant crop, local to the Telangana region. It hardly needs any water to grow. Being a legume, it makes the soil richer and healthier to grow other things after its harvest. Toor Dal is hence a natural fertiliser that organic farmers use to inter-crop with other crops to nourish the soil.
After drying it for two weeks, it was hand polished to preserve taste and nutrients.

1533 Single Origin Organic Toor Dal 1 Kg
Organic Wheat Aata
589
 BUY  2 Kg | 120  

Bhaskar & Lakshmi, Metalkunta (Telangana)

Bhaskar used to be a tailor, and took to organic farming 5 years ago. His crops are entirely rain-fed. They use heirloom seeds which have been passed from generation to generation within their family.
The aata is made from a wheat variety called Bansi. It is ground, on demand, in our own stone mill and freshly delivered to your home. This whole wheat aata is ground with the bran and hence rotis and bread made with this aata are super tasty and healthy.
Try it to believe it.

1711 Organic Wheat Aata 2 Kg
Organic Sunflower Oil
606
 BUY  1 Litre | 370  

Mahesh, Bedharahalli (Karnataka)

The sunflower seeds were harvested in January 2016. The oil was made using a rotary cold press method, which is similar to our traditional methods using the ghanis.
The raw seeds are ground into a paste and is pressed with a heavy stone mill, until it expels the oil. This is the first-pressed oil, without any additives. Sunflower oil has no odour or taste.
Cold-pressed oils have all their nutrients intact, unlike refined oil. As a result, cold pressed oils may look a little more turbid.

1769 Organic Sunflower Oil 1 Litre
Organic Groundnut Oil
605
 BUY  1 Litre | 370  

Veeresh, Havanur (Karnataka)

These groundnuts were harvested in November 2015. The oil was made using a rotary cold press method, which is similar to our traditional methods using the ghanis.
The raw nut is ground into a paste and is pressed with a heavy stone mill, until it expels the oil. This is the first-pressed oil, without any additives. You will find the aroma and taste of groundnuts in it.
Cold-pressed oils have all their nutrients intact, unlike refined oil. As a result, cold pressed oils may look a little more turbid.

1768 Organic Groundnut Oil 1 Litre
Organic Urad Dal (Whole)
596
 BUY  1 Kg | 240  

Bichappa, Ibrahimpur (Telangana)

Bichappa and his family have been practising organic farming for more than 45 years. His crops are entirely rain-fed. They use heirloom seeds which have been passed from generation to generation within their family.
Urad Dal (Blackgram) is a very nutritious lentil, and grows abundantly in the Deccan Plateau. It needs very little water to grow. Being a legume, it makes the soil richer and healthier to grow other things after its harvest. Most dals are used as natural fertilisers by organic farmers to nourish the soil.

1551 Organic Urad Dal (Whole) 1 Kg
Organic Brown Rice
602
 BUY  2 Kg | 180  

Howgir Deshmukh, Kotgir (Telangana)

The rice has had its husk removed and has not been polished. By not polishing the grain, its outermost layer called the bran is preserved. The bran is the tastiest part of the grain, full of fibre, protein and micronutrients.
This rice is full of body and texture and tastes amazing. It takes a little longer to cook. So soak it in warm water for half hour and cook for a little longer.
It is also very filling. You will feel full and satisfied with a smaller helping than polished rice.

1599 Organic Brown Rice 2 Kg
Organic Rice
586
 BUY  2 Kg | 180  

Howgir Rao Deshmukh, Kotgir (Telangana)

Sona Masoori Rice is commonly grown in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. This batch was grown in the Kharif season of 2014, harvested, and aged for 8 months.
It has been lightly polished to preserve the nutrients in the bran. Cook the rice as you would normally. If you prefer it a little soft, soak it in warm water for 15 minutes prior to cooking.

1709 Organic Rice 2 Kg
Organic Moong Dal
595
 BUY  1 Kg | 165  

Yaovan, Nagvar (Telangana)

Yaovan's family has been practising organic farming for generations. A traditional rigorous form of inter-cropping, crop rotation and using hardy heirloom seeds ensures soil fertility, and minimises pest attack.
Moong Dal (Greengram) is a very nutritious lentil, and grows widely in the Deccan Plateau. The dal has been lightly polished to retain taste and nutrients.

1550 Organic Moong Dal 1 Kg
Organic Urad Dal (Split)
597
 BUY  1 Kg | 240  

Bichappa, Ibrahimpur (Telangana)

Bichappa and his family have been practising organic farming for more than 45 years. His crops are entirely rain-fed. They use heirloom seeds which have been passed from generation to generation within their family.
Urad Dal (Blackgram) is a very nutritious lentil, and grows abundantly in the Deccan Plateau. It needs very little water to grow. Being a legume, it makes the soil richer and healthier to grow other things after its harvest. Most dals are used as natural fertilisers by organic farmers to nourish the soil.

1552 Organic Urad Dal (Split) 1 Kg
Organic Whole Wheat
587
 BUY  2 Kg | 130  

Bhaskar & Lakshmi, Metalkunta (Telangana)

Bhaskar used to be a tailor, and took to organic farming 5 years ago. His crops are entirely rain-fed. They use heirloom seeds which have been passed from generation to generation within their family.
Bansi is a hardy and pest resistant variety of wheat. This batch was grown in the Rabi season of 2014, and harvested in March 2015.

1710 Organic Whole Wheat 2 Kg

Our Producers

Howgir Deshmukh

Kotgir (Telangana)

Howgir-ji has been growing food using natural and organic methods for the past 11 years. He grows rice, mangoes, jowar, maize and some dals.

He uses only natural fertilisers and sprays for his crops. (e.g., crushing neem leaves and soaking them in boiling water and using that extract). He also uses a cover crop called Dhaincha (Jeeluga in Telugu) to increase soil fertility. Once the Dhaincha grows, he tills it into the soil to provide it with a rich boost of nutrients.

He has 40 acres of which he is cultivating 10 acres. His big challenges are water and labour. He wants to bring more area under cultivation if he is assured of a good market that provides him with fair prices for his produce.

Bhaskar and Lakshmi

Metalkunta (Telangana)

Bhaskar is a tailor who turned to organic farming 5 years ago. He and his wife Lakshmi grow wheat, dals and vegetables in their 11 acres of farm, in Metalkunta village near Zaheerabad, Telangana.

His farm is entirely rainfed. He uses mulch and rain water harvesting methods to maximise water conservation. There are many organic farmers in the region. As a result, the fertility of the soil is very high, and the groundwater levels are very healthy. A naturally fertile soil has a large capacity to retain moisture. This is not the case in regions that use chemical farming methods. In these regions the soil becomes rock hard and does not have any water retention capacity. Any water poured on it is only washed away, and does not get absorbed.

Tuljamma and group

Bidekanna (Telangana)

Tuljamma (far right) is one of many women farmers in the Zaheerabad area who have been growing crops organically. They have been doing so, following traditional methods, for the past 3 generations. Most of them are small farmers, with land holdings between 1-4 acres. Their co-operative society helps women in the villages in various aspects of their life. As a group they are able to help each other out, and are also able to negotiate fair prices for their members with their buyers.

Tuljamma and a few others have been invited by many groups in Hyderabad to provide inputs on organic farming. She recently attended the National Permaculture Convergence held in Hyderabad, and talked extensively about the health benefits of growing and consuming organic food.

Single Origin

We work DIRECTLY with small and marginal farmers to procure their products and make them available to you for purchase. All our products are tracked back from your table to the farm it was grown in, the details of the family that produced it, when it was sown and harvested. Our products come with the following guarantee:

No Chemicals:
Grown naturally, without any chemical pesticides & fertilisers. Stored without preservatives, in low temperature, airtight storage units to avoid pests.

Heirloom Seeds:
No hybrids or genetically modified seeds. Grown from local, hardy and disease-resistant varieties. These are “Single Origin”, i.e., from a single farm, and not aggregated over multiple farms, like the conventional products found in supermarkets.

Fair Trade:
Purchased directly from organic farmers. We ensure that farmers get fair prices, and customers get the product at affordable rates. It is only by ensuring fair prices for farmers that we can support organic farming to be sustainable over time.

Eco-Friendly:
Our packaging material is fully recyclable.

Fresh and Tasty: Freshly packed and delivered right to your home. We grind our aata ourselves to provide you with the freshest product.