Going Organic

We have all been hearing the term organic for a while, it is supposed to be a better healthier way to life. But what is Organic? Organic products like food, cosmetics etc are those that are produced using methods that do not involve modern synthetic inputs such as synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilizers, do not contain genetically modified organisms, and are not processed using irradiation, industrial solvents, or chemical food additives.

Keeping this in mind along with the growing awareness among urban population in India about the health benefits of non-synthetic, naturally produced organic products encouraged the launch of Organic Haus, India’s first premium all-organic products brand, in Mumbai. The company, founded by Dilip R. Doshi, former Indian cricketer, retails a wide range of EU certified organic products from vegetarian packaged foods, natural cosmetics to home detergents and food supplements that provide vital nutrition. All the products available at Organic Haus stores are certified organic according to strict German and European Union quality guidelines. 18 different brands and 80 different product lines are on offer under one roof including breakfast items, cereals, pizza and pasta sauces, breads, oils, teas, chocolates, and juices and a lot more. The assortment includes a select range of organic products from pioneering and reputed brands like Allos, Beutelsbacher, Bionade, Byodo, Rapunzel, Salus, Schnitzer, Schoenenberger, Sonnentor, Sonett, and Vivani brands, as well as natural cosmetics from Logona und Sante. The company sources its products mainly from German, Austrian and Northern European manufacturers as they stand for the best in organic quality worldwide. Organic Haus will gradually expand its offering to include baby foods, more variety of gluten free products, milk and milk alternatives as well and snacks. Fresh local products that are able to offer consistent organic quality will also be included.http://www.organic-haus.com/

 

5 thoughts on “Going Organic

  1. People, I bought few products & jams from south Mumbai store which when opened had smelling fungus, point to be noted that expiry is in 2013. When informed & posted about problem, they completely ignored & deleted my complaint instead of resolving. My son was almost about to have it. Thanks to jesus that I saw this. Where are guys from food & safety? how can they be ignorant?

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