Importance Of Organic Foods In India

  • Ravindra Bhardwaj RESEARCH SCHOLAR, Institute of Business Management, CSJMU Kanpur
Keywords: Organic Farming, Organic Food, Health, Eco-friendly


Organic food products are very important for the health conscious people  because it’s never contains any  types of pesticides and insecticides. Farmers used only natural manures in their cropping lands. Now a days health is the major issues in the India most of the people are suffering from different types of diseases. The main objective of this article is to study the importance and benefits of organic food products in India.This study is totally based on the analysis of literature review i.e. previous study had been done in the field of organic food and inferences have used to draw from these reviews. The present study of the importance of organic food is totally  based on the  secondary data  and it was collected from  the different secondary sources likes internet, unpublished records, government report, various bulletins, newspaper and different magazines. The implementation the result of this study will definitely solve the problem of  consumers related to health issues  as well as save the environment. Therefore, we can say that organic food plays a very important role to protect the peoples’ health as well as environment.


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