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A Journey of 350+ Organic Products

Organic food farming continued in small, mostly family-run farming business at village levels, We ORGANIC FOR ALL is a joint association of small / medium organic farmers, conscious organic consumers and wellness professionals. It's a joint mission to save organic agriculture in all ways , Our trade promotions are for organic farming community, who protect the natural resources of soil for the wellbeing of everyone in this world. We are absolutely committed to save organic soil and bio environmental protection for future generations.

ORGANIC FOR ALL is a trading channel of FARMERS TO CONSUMERS without middlemen.
ORGANIC FOR ALL envisions as a brand that strives to create a sustainable protection for our environment while making organic products accessible to a broader community. We believe that organic foods should be readily available to the masses. We want to bring healthy and affordable organic foods to as many people as possible. By seeing the encouraging hard work and efforts of our farmers in organic farming, we started helping farmers in obtaining their dreams. Since 2014, we are slowly creating steps to enter in more markets for our prestigious farmer’s recurring revenue.
We provide advanced professional resources to the organic farms and drive solutions to the problems facing in the farming soil, water and air.
For the betterment of our farming community, we are creating demand in customers and generating supply with farmers. We connect the ends while evoking the sense of responsibility by a campaign on connecting responsibility.

Organic For All

Mission & Vision


Everyone aware, the organic farming reduces exposure to toxic pesticides for those most at risk. The need for organic agriculture is more urgent than ever. Bees and butterflies are disappearing, climate change threatens future food security and our water is polluted with toxic chemicals. Our mission is to promote organic farming practices may reduce pollution, conserve water, reduce soil erosion, increase soil fertility, and use less energy. Farming without synthetic pesticides is also better for nearby birds and animals as well as people who live close to farms. We focus more in the SUPPORT ORGANIC FARMING MISSION because of What's the difference between organic and non-organic foods? The difference between organic and non-organic (conventional) food has to do with how food is produced. Here is our main role in helping farmers in integrating TRADITION, INNOVATION & SCIENCE.

Millions of farmworkers who are the backbone of conventional food system are routinely exposed to high levels of toxic pesticides in the fields where they work and in the communities where they live. They can be exposed at levels hundreds of times greater than consumers’ exposures to pesticides. In the conventional farming methods, before seeds are sown, the farmer will have to treat or fumigate his farm using harsh chemicals to exterminate any naturally existing fungicides and will fertilize the soil using petroleum-based fertilizers. Our campaign to farmers is on health awareness with case studies of other farms.

Quality Control Assurance
Support Farmers Community
Global Impact in Organic Farming

Farmers Association

Organic Trade Association (OTA)

The Organic Trade Association (OTA) is the membership-based farm association for organic agriculture and products under the ORGANIC FOR ALL. . OTA is the leading network for the organic trade, representing more than 4,000 organic businesses across 40 countries. The objective of the network is tp maintain and improve soil fertility, soil structure and biodiversity, and reduce erosion. Reduce the risks of human, animal, and environmental exposure to toxic materials. Fine-tune organic farming practices to meet local production conditions and satisfy local markets.

By joining a trade association, you will gain access to valuable benefits such as organic agriculture-specific knowledge, agri-inputs, networking events, educational resources, and advocacy efforts. These resources empower you to stay competitive, adapt to industry changes, and thrive in your market. The role of a trade association is to represent the organic agriculture by voicing out issues affecting the members within the business sector. They also provide a platform where companies can interact and create more networks with each other since they operate in the same line of business.

Our farming & sourcing practices

We are following 100 % trusted and proven organic farming with hundreds of farmers in various countries.

Our sourcing policy is to source from those who respect the nature and environmental sustainability. Awareness on this fundamental ethics is the love to soil micro-organism, which help more yields naturally. We source only from certified organic farms,, we have a dedicated team at farming levels who constantly monitoring along international certificate authorities in all stages. We do random validation of each batches of crops prior to any packing or processing.

Our certifications