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Why are Agmark Certified Spices or Organic foods are Best?

“Organic” has of late become such a catchphrase that it has entered the vernacular of the everyday people to almost everyday use. 

AGMARK Certified Spices Manufacturer in India - Meera Spices

It’s a word of which many people believe they know the meaning, but few do. 

Below listed are some frequently asked questions and brief answers related to Quality Standards like Agmark and Meera Spices.

What Is Unique About Organic Food?

Essentially the differences on your plate take place in two spheres: additives and preservatives. The former can mean anything that changes the quality of the food in color, consistency, taste, and characteristics. The latter is anything that keeps food fresh for longer amounts of time and is typically some sort of sodium product.

Many additives, particularly food dyes, have been attacked as toxins. A handful of dyes have been made illegal due to reasons of human health. As modern-day diet/street foods are already dangerously high in sodium, there is no need for the consumption of further salts as preservatives.

On the farm level, the differences become even more dramatic. Organic food contains no genetically modified organisms, has no trace of poisonous pesticides, and is grown in environmentally safe soil free of chemicals. 

With the above specification standardization, the AGMARK Certification is considered the best standard for food products in India. 

What are the benefits of using AGMARK Spices from Meera Masala?

Well, this is the selling point of AGMARK's best quality Spices from Meera Masala / Spices.

AGMARK Chilli Turmeric haldi jeera dhania powder India
Today Indian Youth have realized the fact that eating healthy and following the food standards is very essential. And as Indian recipes require Masala/Spices, most of the time one needs to focus on the Spices quality it uses. 

Students from Universities across India are Applying to learn the value of quality in Indian Spices Making at Meera Spices Factory in their Internship Program.

Meera Spices Training Students in Best Quality Standards

AGMARK standards cover quality guidelines for the Spices like Haldi/Turmeric Powder, Chilli Powder, Dhania Powder, Jeera Powder. After a time taken and strict Quality Check, the Best Spices gets Agmark Certification, which is good for health. 

When you Purchase masala Spices like Turmeric Powder or Chilli Powder from Meera Spices, you are relaxed to use in your Paneer Butter Masala, or Palak Paneer, or Chicken Curry and have as much mouth-watering delicacy as you can. Organic ingredients make it possible for the average consumer to understand exactly what they are eating. 

And, once you’ve experienced this phenomenon of using AGMARK certified Meera Spices, you are unlikely to look at non-organic food labels the same way again.

Why you can trust the Indian Spices manufactured by Meera Spices?

Some information may surprise you that due to heavy advertisements and promotional costs, Many Spices Companies in India are able to sale their Products very well, without a food Proper Standards like AGMARK (For the Authentic Best Quality Standard Certification).  But Meera Spices always uses the best Organically available raw materials to produce the best quality AGMARK certified Spices for the Customers. 

All Odisha Meera Spices Distributors

Meera Spices had maintained the trust of Lakhs of its customers, Who believe and love to be healthy in using the best quality Spices with AGMARK Standards.

Where can I Purchase Meera Spices in India?

One can directly Purchase the best Quality Meera Spices from the grocery Shops in Odisha, India, or Online (coming soon ) from the Official Website. 



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