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Conscious Food

Posted on Thu Jun 2010 by Miranda

The lovely Laura brought me some of these really tasty crackers from Conscious Food. They are a fantastic range of savoury Indian crackers that are wheat, dairy and gluten free. Made from millet, rice, nuts and seeds, the five savoury crackers are sourced from small organic farms and communities throughout India.

All I can say is wow I love them and since reading about them I love them even more.

All their products are…“Lovingly handmade, Baked not fried, Gluten free, dairy-free, guilt free, Hand-made to traditional recipes, No Artificial or Refined Ingredients Suitable for Vegans and Supporting small organic farms holdings in India.”

Conscious Food, based in Mumbai, is one of the leading organic food companies in India. Over the last ten years they have developed and nurtured relationships with numerous small organic farms and communities throughout the subcontinent, ensuring a high level of quality and fair trade. Several of the farms are part of organic collectives which directly benefit the community as a whole through supporting schools for the poor, women’s rights, animal welfare, etc.

Conscious Food is an Indian company that has pioneered organic farming and food in India since 1992. It was set up by Kavita Mukhi because her son had a number of allergies and healthy unrefined ingredients were hard to come by.

Conscious Food in India has spent several years developing and nurturing relationships with small organic farms and communities throughout the subcontinent, ensuring a high level of quality and fair trade. Several of the farms are part of organic collectives which benefit the community as a whole through supporting schools for the poor, women’s rights, animal welfare, etc. Conscious Food (UK) Ltd in the UK is a partnership with the Indian company and its objective is to market and distribute all Conscious Food products in Europe.

In 2006 Kristina Locke discovered Conscious Food’s range of snacks whilst on a trip to India and was so impressed to find healthy gluten and dairy free nibbles that tasted good that she brought them to Europe for us all to enjoy over here.

Such a fantastic product with a great story. I loved my first taste of Conscious Food crackers they are really delicate and totally tasty, such a treat to have something alternative to oat cakes with my houmous, so if you see them give them a try (list of stockists).

One response to “Conscious Food”

  1. healthyfood says:

    In addition to that, I recommend South Indian dishes also very healthy when we talk about breakfasts.

    Idli, dosa, uttapam are considered to be healthiest breakfast meals of all times.

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