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Bharat Organics by NCOL: Empowering Farmers & Organic Growth



  Nov 08, 2023

Bharat Organics by NCOL: Empowering Farmers & Organic Growth



‘Bharat Organics’ by National Cooperative Organics Ltd (NCOL)

1. What is ‘Bharat Organics’?

‘Bharat Organics’ is a brand under National Cooperative Organics Ltd (NCOL), targeting a trusted position in the Indian and international organic market.

2. What is the purpose of NCOL?

NCOL, standing for National Cooperative Organics Ltd, is dedicated to supporting organic growers by managing the supply chain of organic products through cooperatives.

3. How will NCOL benefit farmers?

NCOL promises to distribute 50% of organic product sales profits directly to the farmers who are members.

4. Which organic products were initially launched?

Six products were introduced: tur dal, chana dal, sugar, rajma, basmati rice, and Sonamasoori rice, with plans for 20 more by December.

5. Where are ‘Bharat Organics’ products sold?

The products are sold at Mother Dairy’s Safal outlets and online, with plans for a broader retail network across India.

6. What is India’s role in the global organic market?

India holds a strong position, ranking 4th in organic agricultural land and 1st in the number of organic producers globally as of 2020.

7. How does India market organic products internationally?

Exports total 3,12,000 tonnes, valued at Rs 5,525 crore, primarily to the US, EU, and Canada.

8. What other cooperatives has the government set up recently?

In addition to NCOL, the government has also set up cooperatives for certified seed production and exports.

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