We are providing organic eggs which are packed with vitamins and nutrients that are part of a well-balanced diet. From heart, skin and eye health to a stronger immune system and more, organic eggs have a lot to offer. Furthermore, organic eggs have significantly less unhealthy cholesterol and saturated fat than non-organic eggs.
Our organic products also include fish which is a low-fat high quality protein. Fish is filled with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins such as D and B2. Fish is rich in calcium and phosphorus and a great source of minerals, such as iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium, and potassium. These essential nutrients keep our heart and brain healthy.
We also produce local Chickens which is also known as free-range chickens. These chickens are organically grown and allowed to roam free in a natural environment. They are either pasture fed or grain fed; this reduces the risk of toxins in your system. This makes them better than the commercial chickens which are placed under antibiotics and are processed and packaged with chemicals.
The fresh and picked up from organic farm, we have various types of mushroom. Mushrooms are rich sources of potassium, a nutrient known for reducing the negative impact that sodium can have on your body. Potassium also lessens the tension in blood vessels, potentially helping to lower blood pressure.
All the vegetables are fresh and picked up from organic farms so there is no any chance of exposing chemicals. The vitamin K contents of dark green leafy vegetables provide a number of health benefits including: protecting bones from osteoporosis and helping to prevent against inflammatory diseases. Because of their high content of antioxidants, green leafy vegetables may be one of the best cancer-preventing foods.
Organic fruits that are highly source in demand. Not only does organic production help reduce public health risks, mounting evidence shows that food grown organically are rich in nutrients, such as Vitamin C, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus, with less exposure to nitrates and pesticide residues in organically grown fruits, vegetables, and grains when compared to conventionally grown products.