Where it is grown: Village Kafari, Kausani, Uttarakhand
Who is growing it: Charan Negi
How is it grown: Naturally
- Haldi loves the monsoon seasons in Kafari. It has a maximum nutrient density as it is grown in a humid and moist climate.
- This Haldi is boiled and dried on the farm. For the health of your family, simply grind it and use fresh powder at home!
- The color of natural Haldi varies from root to root – This does not affect the antibiotic properties of the plant. Fresh natural Haldi is always full of anti-biotics.
Edible Routes recommends: For longer shelf life – Refrigerate unpeeled turmeric in an airtight container. This way it will stay fresh before grinding!
Edible Routes is an environmentally conscious organization that started in 2015. We aim to empower consumers and provide the answers to three basic questions about their food: where it is grown, how it is grown, and who grows it.
By doing so, we shorten the distance between the farmer and the consumer to their mutual benefit. The farmer rightly earns the fair amount for their produce and the consumer can be assured of the quality and nutritional benefits of the product.
As such, we provide you this information for our products that are ethically sourced and consciously distributed. Make sure you make the best of it!