Sustainability Practices by Nourish Organics
Article by Seema Jindal Jajodia, Founder Nourish Organics Today food companies are taking all measures to reduce not only their carbon footprint, but its environmental impact across its entire supply chain. Sustainability has become a crucial
Article by Seema Jindal Jajodia, Founder Nourish Organics
Today food companies are taking all measures to reduce not only their carbon footprint, but its environmental impact across its entire supply chain. Sustainability has become a crucial value which more and more companies have embedded into their practices and operations.
At Nourish Organic, we believe we have a responsibility to both reduce our impact on the planet through our organic and sustainable practices, as well as give something back to the organizations who work hard to protect it.
Founded by Seema Jindal Nourish Organics is a clean food company that aims at making Nutrition that fits your lifestyle through sustainable, organic food with a wide range of wholesome, multi-grain breakfast cereals, nutrient dense cookies, on-the-go snacks, seed & nut combinations and fruit+fibre-based health bars.
As a pioneer in clean-label packaged food, all Nourish Organics products are 100% natural, free of processed sugar, preservatives, genetically modified foods, trans-fats or artificial flavour. Each variant is made with locally sourced organic ingredients that are wholesome, rich in fiber, high on plant-based protein and packed with essential fats, vitamins & minerals through a bounty of nuts, seeds & dried fruit.
Sustainability is something that’s always been important to us at Nourish Organics and we strongly believe that sustainability isn’t just a trend—it’s an ethos that guides our every action, from the moment we source our ingredients to the moment we package them up and send them out into the world. Here are some of the ways we practice sustainability in our business: 1. Composting our waste: We compost all of our organic waste, including food scraps. By composting instead of sending it to the landfill, we reduce waste while also recycling nutrients back into the soil. 2. Donating our edible products: If there are foods that are still good but can’t be sold because they don’t meet our high standards for quality and freshness, we donate
them to local shelters or food banks so they can be enjoyed by others in need. We’ve donated freshly made products stuck with us due to covid lockdowns. 3. Natural pest control: Instead of using harmful chemicals like pesticides or fumigants, we employ traditional methods like burning cow dung or neem leaves alongside chili peppers to ward off flies and mosquitoes without harming your health or polluting the air. High frequency sound machines to ward off rodents are used