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Organic, ethical, and nutritious food can be hard to come by these days. Knowing what companies to trust and which products to purchase can be a brain-wrecking feat. Fortunately, Conscious Food is a certified-organic company that internationally ships wellness, health, and food items you can trust. 

First founded in Malabar Hill, Mumbai, in 1990, the Indian company aims to “promote organic [chemical-free] and natural [whole, unrefined, unadulterated] foods in order to keep the earth and her people healthy.” Now, what does this mean? 

It means the company ECOCERT-certified items are sustainable and non-toxic to humans and the lands they are produced from. By using natural fertilizers and regulated agricultural practices, Conscious Food helps promote biodiversity and reduces the negative impact on wildlife large-scale agriculture can cause. 

The products available include various types of organic floursghee and oilsspicessugars and honey, and grains. The best-sellers are Organic Cold Pressed Coconut OilAsafoetida (Hing), and Raw Sugar. 

They have a subscription available for those who want to save money in the long run. There are subscription bundle orders for dal, seeds, spices, and more. By purchasing the subscription bundle, customers save 10% and can easily change the quantities. 

Conscious Food also has a blog featuring articles on summer dietsDIY face masks, and the nutritional value of unprocessed sugar. 

To get the whole list of their available products, follow the link here to check it out. 

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