Organicana Basket

Organic Basket is portion sized grocery basket for 2 people for 14 days. The basket contains 17 items including grains, pulses, flours , rice, spices, tea and sweetener items for daily consumption. The basket contains products high in protein, nutrients, fibre and essential ingredients required for body. Organic Basket is most essential storage item in your kitchen.

variants

Available in : Basket for 14 days for 2 people

Items inside the Organica Basket :

Dalia500 gm
Green Tea25 gm
Toor Dal500 gm
Moong Dal Yellow250 gm
Moong Dal Green250 gm
Rajma250 gm
Kabuli Chana250 gm
Cowpea (Chawla)250 gm
Wheat Flour2000 gm
Rice1000 gm
Cumin100 gm
Coriander Powder200 gm
Red Chilli Powder100 gm
Turmeric Powder100 gm
Sugar500 gm
Honey160 gm
Jaggery200 gm

Items Inside Organic basket

Dalia 500 grams
Green Tea 25 grams
Toor Dal 500 grams
Moong Dal Yellow 250 grams
Moong Dal Green 250 grams
Rajma 250 grams
Cowpea (Chawla) 250 grams
Kabuli Chana 250 grams
Wheat Flour 2000 grams
Rice 1000 grams
Cumin 100 grams
Coriander Powder 200 grams
Red Chilli Powder 100 grams
Turmeric Powder 100 grams
Sugar 500 grams
Honey 160 grams
Jaggery 200 grams

Benefits of Organic Basket

For convenience and flexibility
  • Have a basket delivered to a drop-off point near your home or workplace every one or two weeks.
  • Choose What you like from variety of Options
  • Put deliveries on hold when you are out of town.
  • Choose from many delivery points across India.
For taste and variety
  • 17 Variety of food products
  • The pleasure of discovering or re-discovering the taste of different farms and states
  • Your family farmer will also share recipes with you, as well as tips on how to “put up” organic farms on your garden.
To support the local economy and the next generation of farmers
  • Given that every day, India loses a farmer, your decision to support a small, sustainable farm makes a big difference. It helps keep farmers on the land, ensures a safe and healthy food supply, and boosts the economy.
  • Did you know that many of our young farmers are adopting different jobs?. If these farmers develops an interest in farming, It has the power to revive the agricultural industry as a whole.
For health and the environment
  • All the farms in our network are certified organic or in the process of becoming so.
  • The synthetic pesticides used in conventional farming can seep through crops or leave traces on the surface of food, such as the peel. Children are more sensitive to these products than adults. Their immune systems aren’t as effective at defending against them.
  • Organic farming promotes environmental balance via practices that preserve the health of soil, animals and ecosystems.
  • By supporting local farmers, you help to reduce the distance your food travels, greatly reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Dalia

Whole foods like Dalia help to prevent major and minor diseases and illnesses, meaning lower health care costs and less likelihood of missing work. No pesticides, chemicals, or processed additives bogging down your system means a smaller risk of disease, illness, and disorders in yourself.

Green Tea

Green tea does more than just keep you awake, it can also make you smarter. The key active ingredient is ca¬ffeine, which is a known stimulant. These substances can reduce the formation of free radicals in the body, protecting cells and molecules from damage. These free radicals are known to play a role in aging and all sorts of diseases.

Toor Dal

Toor Dal provides many of the nutrients your body needs, such as protein, fat, and carbohydrates. These foods serve as the best plant source of protein. The iron, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and B vitamins in these foods help meet vitamin and mineral requirements. It is high in dietary fibre, low in saturated fat, and cholesterol free. An excellent source of protein and fibre.

Moong Dal Yellow

Yellow moong dal is extremely light and easy to digest. It is easier to cook. Compared to other dals, moong dal is one of the low carb pulses available. Other pulses are high in protein but carbs too. Moong beans are a good source of protein for vegetarians. A 100 gm serving of moong dal can provide you with 24 gm protein.

Moong Dal Green

Green gram is one of the best vegetarian superfoods that has been praised for its amazing health bene¬fits. It is known as moong dal in India and is basically a tiny circular shaped bean that is green in colour. It is loaded with vitamins has an edible taste. One bowl of cooked green gram is not more than a 100 calories. Not only does it protect you from diseases but also improves your hair and skin.

Rajma

Rajma or red kidney beans are mature, dried beans that may be stored in bulk. Known for their high ¬fibre, they have a strong flavour used to make distinctive rajma curry in combination with fragrant spices such as cumin, coriander and amchur. The protein they contain can be paired with a cereal (carbohydrate) to improve their biological value.

Cowpea (Chawla)

Cowpea possesses folate (Vitamin B9) which assists in lowering the chances of neural tube defects like anencephaly or spina bifi¬da. The de¬ficiency of folate leads to the birth defects such as malformations of limb and heart. Folate is also essential for the replication of DNA. This is an essential vitamin that is necessary for having a healthy pregnancy.

Kabuli Chana

Chickpeas are known to be an e¬ffective natural aid for weight loss due to their high fibre content. They not only help in controlling your appetite but also make you feel fuller for a long time. Being the best source of dietary protein for vegetarians, it also plays a key role in proper weight management. It is rich in dietary fibre.

Wheat Flour

The health bene¬fits of wheat is extremely nutritious. This includes the wheat germ and the bran. The wheat germ is the tiny, nutrition-packed part of each wheat grain that actually allows the seed to germinate and grow. The germ is packed with valuable nutrients including thiamin, potassium, magnesium, vitamin E, riboflavin, phosphorus, iron and zinc.

Rice

Organic Rice is a natural wholesome food rich in essential minerals such as manganese, iron, zinc, phosphorous, calcium, selenium, magnesium and potassium. Vitamin wealth includes vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (ribo flavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B6, folate, vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) and vitamin K. It is a source of protein and adds good amount of fibre content to our diet.

Cumin

Cumin is extremely good for digestion and related problems. The very aroma of cumin, which comes from an aromatic organic compound called Cuminaldehyde, the main component of its essential oil, activates our salivary glands in our mouth, which facilitates the primary digestion of food. Next is thymol, a compound present in cumin, which stimulates the glands that secrete acids, bile and enzymes.

Coriander Powder

Coriander seeds are plump and brown in colour, have a hollow cavity which bears essential oils that lend to the flavour of the dishes when used in cooking. They are harvested when the plant turns brown and its leaves start to dry and fall. Immature seeds are light green in colour and taste quite bitter. In Ayurveda, it is often it is known to ease digestion.

Red Chilli Powder

It is the red or green chili pepper that is used to add spicy flavour to foods throughout the world. Cayenne contains vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin K, carotenoids and the complete B complex. It is also a source of calcium, potassium, manganese, and dietary fibre. Chilli powder contains sufficient amount of vitamin A which fulfils one’s daily intake. Besides, it contributes to the maintenance of eyesight, bone & teeth.

Turmeric Powder

Turmeric has been in use since antiquity for its anti-in¬flammatory (painkiller), carminative, anti-¬flatulent and anti-microbial properties. It is very rich source of many essential vitamins such as pyridoxine (vitamin B6), choline, niacin, and ribofl¬avin, etc

Sugar

It is less processed compared to other wholesome sweeteners such as muscovado and molasses. In terms of availability, versatility, convenience, texture, price, eco-friendliness, and nutrition the best substitute for the ubiquitous white sugar is perhaps organic sugar.

Honey

It can be used as a substitute for sugar in many food and drinks. It contains about 69% glucose and fructose, enabling it to be used as a sweetener that is better for your overall health than normal white sugar. Though it has more calories than sugar when honey is consumed with warm water, it helps in digesting the fat stored in your body. Similarly, honey with lemon juice or cinnamon help in reducing weight.

Jaggery

Organic Jaggery contains trace minerals not found in sugar, such as potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and calcium and it has a richer taste as compared to re¬ned sugar.

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