What is organic food? Ask this question to some ten years back and I assure you none would be able to answer. If there was someone who knew about organic products or an indian organic store would form a very small margin. The thing is, people had no idea whatsoever what an organic food outlet was all about, why it cam into existence and what benefits it has on offer for the buyer. But ask someone this same question today and I assure you there would be a different response. 70% of the population, even in India would have heard the term organic food or organic farming or even if they were unaware about the entire cultivation process would have at least sort of an idea or an inkling or know someone who has the idea. Things change quickly don’t they?
Thankfully the trend in India is changing and people are becoming more aware about such terms, even then, the term organic wear is alien to the Indian subcontinent, people are still coming to grasps with how Organic stores india are different from a normal store. A synthetic store houses clothes that are (as the name suggests) made up of synthetic or other such unfriendly material, a store which doesn’t different between organic and synthetic substances would house a mix of the two, while Organic stores india would only keep clothes or products that are made of cotton and other natural substances.
Organic clothes once when they have lived past their usefulness can be recycled and reused again, and doesn’t cause harm to the environment. So not only are these products useful and beneficial for human health, they also do not cause any adverse impacts to the environment. Thus, along with preserving your own health and well-being, you are also preserving the environment.
Just like organic food, the Indian public will need to come to terms with the concept of an indian organic store. And even though the concept is not much prevalent and in vogue, it is hoped that the general public through education and marketing become aware of the benefits associated with such materials and prefer them to toxic synthetic wear for better health and for a much eco-friendly environment in the long run.
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