Organic Sage

Organic Sage started the organic business in India and has become a trusted and innovative leader in providing authentic organic products to Indian consumers by creating a holistic, integrated, and sustainable business model that inspires, promotes, and helps thousands of farming families.
Organic Sage is known for putting on great shows, making good products, and being reliable for a long time. Organic Sage has traveled far to establish itself as India's leading organic company. Our success is a direct result of how committed we are to farming, making, packaging, and selling organic products.

Organicsage - India's Leading Organic Farming Brand

As one of the top organic food brands in India, we are dedicated to providing the best organic food possible. We were founded on the ideas of taking care of people, putting the farm's needs first, and keeping things clean. We also believe in the principles of Mother Earth and Divine Nature, which make it possible for humans to survive and flourish in communities. We really want to support the global organic and sustainable movement, so we've changed the way we do things to reflect that. We make sure that our methods help our farmers and give them the help they need to grow nutrient-rich organic food varieties, use cutting-edge technology, make organic fertilizers, and get other financial and non-financial benefits.
Organic Sage Private Limited was set up in 2020 to help farmers all over the world achieve organic success with the same passion, energy, and useful knowledge that had been built up over the previous six years. to get their real, high-quality organic products to health-conscious people all over the world by following a sustainable supply chain strategy.
Our founder, Mr. Rahulbhai Mangalbhai Kachhad, is very important to the growth of this sustainable agribusiness sector because of how hard he works, how energetic he is, and how he leads. He wants India to be one of the most important places in the world to get organic raw materials. He has more than 8 years of experience in organic farming.
We grow the best organic food with the help of our hardworking farming family. We use crop rotation, animal manure, and other tried-and-true farming methods that have stood the test of time. We connect farmers and consumers by putting fresh farm food through state-of-the-art facilities for processing and packaging to make real organic products. Organic Sage Private Limited sells farm products that are fresh and full of good things for your health.

Mr. Rahulbhai Mangalbhai Kachhad

Founder Director and CEO

The Leader Behind an Admirable Company

I studied B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture in 2014 for years, but I was never able to persuade myself to pursue the same career path. I had to relearn farming by doing organic farming for the past eight years and working directly with over 50,000+ small and poor farming families in India who use ancestral knowledge to grow hundreds of crops.
Two decades ago, in India, the concept of organic agriculture seemed bizarre. Self-sufficiency in food grains to feed a billion mouths every day was a national priority for a country with a population of over one billion and a high birth rate. India was able to reach its goals, but the country's fast economic growth led to many chemical abuses that hurt the soil, ecology, and environment. Toxic cocktails and chemicals that cause cancer slowly made their way into the food chain.
Early on, a passion was sparked while doing research on how organic matter and solid waste break down and isolating different microbial strains that can replenish soil nutrients and keep it healthy. Early on, when I was getting my Master's degree, I promised myself that I would save Mother Earth.
Due to my dynamism, determination, innovation, and leadership in organic agriculture, I could play a pivotal role in the growth of this sustainable agribusiness industry, thereby establishing India as one of the world's leading destinations for sourcing organic raw materials.
Organicsage Private Limited was founded in 2020 with the same passion, dynamism, and long and practical experience accumulated over many years to make organic a success in order to support farmers all over the world and bring their authentic quality organic products to health-conscious global consumers by following a fair, ethical, and sustainable path throughout the entire supply chain from farm to consumer.
The goal of Mr. Rahulbhai Mangabhai Kachhad's contribution to the overall growth and development of the organic business is to help farmers make more money and live better.
Organic Farming Certification In India
Organic farming is gaining popularity in India for a variety of reasons. First, it is practiced in areas by farmers as a traditional way of life because farming inputs are very low or because they cannot afford high-input farming. Second, it's being used by farmers who know the bad things about traditional farming and have had low returns on their investments. Farmers who have analyzed the emerging market trend and premiums associated with organic products have also considered this farming technique. The third group of farmers is certified and garners market interest. while the remaining two lack certification.
Organic Farming Certification
Since 2003–2004, the area under organic farming has increased by a factor of 29. The country has created a certification process that is known around the world to make sure the quality of organic food that is exported, imported, or used in the country. The National Program for Organic Production (NPOP) outlines the regulatory framework for NPOP. It has created separate acts for export and domestic use. The National Program on Organic Production is told about the export quality specifications (FTDR) by the Foreign Trade Development and Regulation Act. So, an organic product that has been certified by an agency in India can now be sent to Europe, Sweden, and the U.S. without needing extra certification. The Agriculture Produce Grading, Marking, and Certification Act notifies the NPOP to examine the requirements for domestic use (APGMCA). There are 20 accredited certification agencies in India. 16 of them are run by the private sector, and 4 are run by the public sector.


The organic farming certification process can be broken down into several general steps. All NPOP-accredited agencies adhere to this procedure.
  • The farmer must obtain an application from an accredited organic certification agency and return it duly completed.
  • The certification agency provides the farmer with a document containing the standards and procedures to be adhered to.
  • The farmer and the organic certification agency reach an agreement outlining their respective roles and responsibilities.
  • The fee is established by the organic certification organization.
  • The farmer's documents are audited.
  • A field is inspected by an internal quality manager and an external inspector, and documentation is created.
  • Again, inspections and audits are conducted to ensure compliance with the NPOP's standards.
  • The field inspector generates reports.
  • The entire report is examined by a group (reviewing body).
  • Final certification decisions are made.

The agency issuing the application for organic certification requires the following information from the farmers: Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that farmers have this data set prepared prior to submitting the application:

  • Plan for organic production.
  • Details regarding the identity and address of the applicant.
  • Include the name, outcome, and a copy of any previously applied for organic certifications, as well as the reason for applying.
  • Along with the application, registration fees, one-time inspection fees, and one-time travel expenses must be paid.
  • In the application, any pertinent additional information that specifies compliance with the standards may be included.

The farmland inspection is the most important aspect of the organic certification process. The inspection procedure may be summed up as follows:

  • The external inspector visits the field and conducts a review of the facilities, records, and finances.
  • In accordance with the agency's input/output norms, an estimate of the farm's output is formulated, and calculations are performed.
  • The entire system of production is evaluated, and the farmer or applicant is interviewed.
  • Risk posed by neighboring farms is evaluated.
  • Regarding the use of genetically modified and other agricultural inputs, a thorough inspection is conducted.
  • The soil test reports are analyzed, and the farm's practices are thoroughly inspected.
During an inspection, authorities may examine soil, water, seeds, plant tissue, and products for the presence of prohibited substances; if they have any doubts, they may also send samples for analysis. These samples are analyzed in the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL)-accredited ISO laboratories. The applicant/farmer is responsible for paying for the sample test. After the inspection, the entire report is sent to the evaluator, who assigns a score within a specified time frame. The applicant must provide a suitable explanation for any information requested by the evaluator during the evaluation process.
The fee structure of the organic farming certification agency is based on its location or state. The minimum cost for a farmer to obtain organic certification is anticipated to range between 25,000 and 40,000 Indian Rupees. If a group of farmers applies for certification, the associated costs could range from 40,000 to 1,000,000 INR. The amount of time required by the certifying agency in India is contingent on the type of land being certified. Before organic certification, a farm must wait a minimum of 24 months, orchards must wait 36 months, dairy farms must wait 90 days, and fisheries must wait 180 days.