Why RTL Organic
1. Reduce The Chemicals Out of the Environment and our Bodies
Supporting organic food promotes a toxic free environment. Organic agriculture doesn’t just benefit your family, it helps the whole ecosystem and Biodiversity.
2. Protect Future Generations
The whole world is reaping the results of agricultural and industrial chemicals, whole safety was deemed on adult tolerance levels, not on children’s. Numerous Scientific research show that pesticides can adversely affect the nervous system, increase the risk of cancer, and decrease fertility. Before a mother first nurses her newborn, the toxic risk from pesticides has already begun. Studies show that infants are exposed to hundreds of harmful chemicals in utero.
3.Build Health with great taste
Feeding the soil with organic matter instead of ammonia and other synthetic fertilizers has proven to increase nutrients in produce, with higher levels of vitamins and minerals found in food, it also tastes very tasty. Recent research verifies that some organic produce is often lower in nitrates and higher in antioxidants than conventional food. Good in taste and Good for health.
4. Assist Family Farmers of all Sizes
Our farmers are the core team of the process. They come from Telangana, Andra Pradesh and gujarath states with different sizes of land. They enjoy a their support towards better toxin free world with great Biodiversity. They about growing healthy, pure food.
5. Avoid Hasty and Poor Science in Your Food
Cloned food. GMOs and rBGH. Oh my! Interesting how swiftly these food technologies were rushed to market, when organic fought for 13 years to become federal law. Eleven years ago, genetically modified food was not part of our food supply; today an astounding 30 percent of our cropland is planted in GMOs. Organic is the only de facto seal of reassurance against these and other modern, lab-produced additions to our food supply, and the only food term with built in inspections and federal regulatory teeth.
6. Promote Biodiversity
Visit an organic farm and you’ll notice something: a buzz of animal, bird and insect activity. These organic oases are thriving, diverse habitats. Native plants, birds and hawks return usually after the first season of organic practices; beneficial insects allow for a greater balance, and indigenous animals find these farms a safe haven. As best said by Aldo Leopold, “A good farm must be one where the native flora and fauna have lost acreage without losing their existence.” An organic farm is the equivalent of reforestation. Industrial farms are the equivalent of clear cutting of native habitat with a focus on high farm yields.
7. Celebrate the Culture of Agriculture
Food is a ‘language’ spoken in every culture. Making this language organic allows for an important cultural revolution whereby diversity and biodiversity are embraced and chemical toxins and environmental harm are radically reduced, if not eliminated. The simple act of saving one heirloom seed from extinction, for example, is an act of biological and cultural conservation. Organic is not necessarily the most efficient farming system in the short run. It is slower, harder, more complex and more labor-intensive. But for the sake of culture everywhere, from permaculture to human culture, organic should be celebrated at every table.