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Creating opportunities for rural women with exotic flavors of pickles
Jitendra Yadav comes from an agricultural family. That’s why he is passionate about offering safe, nutritious foods to consumers in a way that will increase profits for farmers.
Western Odisha Is one of the poorest regions of India. But that’s what drew Ambika Satapathy and Sadananda Satapathy to the region to empower small scale farmers and tribal women in the region.
Looking at the glaring gaps in the organic farming ecosystem in West Bengal, Ekta Jaju started an organic company called ONganic in 2015 with a vision to create better livelihoods for farmers, health & wellness for consumers and a sustainable planet.
Dr. Kavitha Sairam has had a passion for science since a very young age. That’s why she’s on a mission to use science to address global farming problems, particularly the issues surrounding biofertilizers.
Vinay Kothari’s company, GO DESi, is an Indian confectionery brand that sells candies and treats inspired by regional flavors in Indian cuisine. All of GO DESi’s products are sourced, packaged and branded by the farmers who grow them.
Founded by Rakesh and Namita in 2014, GramShree’s mission is to establish an innovative marketing system to market the produce of poor, rural families in India.
The Taank Brothers aim to create self-sustaining employment opportunities by helping tribal farmers farm and sell Kadaknath poultry on a commercial level. Read more about their aptly named social enterprise, TaankBrothers Ventures. >>