Spicy Organics Launches New Website Expanding Their Reach With Exclusive & Quality Products Providing Diverse Options & 40 Years Of Experience

McKinney, Texas, 2021-May-24 — /EPR RETAIL NEWS/ — Spicy Organic, the top pick for organic spices, herbs, teas and essential oils online, today announced the official launch of their website and online shop. With an abiding reputation built on innovation and reliability, the company works with their own network of hundreds of farmers to cultivate lands. More than a spice company, Spicy Organics brings customers the highest quality products and premium service, while also ensuring a sustainable future for their growers, the new website will officially launch on May 24th.

The global organic spice market is anticipated to grow at an annual rate of 10% and estimated to be valued at almost 23 billion dollars by 2025. Organic farming is an agricultural system which originated early in the 20th century in reaction to rapidly changing farming practices. This type of farming uses new techniques to remove spices from bacteria, avoiding harmful pesticides. Spices are not used to merely add flavor and variety, they are also sought after for health benefits such as their antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Spicy Organic offers pure, great-tasting, high quality organic spices, herbs and more while supporting farmers and promoting organic agriculture around the world.

With a strong belief that organic food is an essential choice for personal as well as for environmental health, their products feature premier ingredients and are sourced from global brands. Unlike other spice markets or sellers, Spicy Organics maintains a traceability throughout the process so customers can easily trace their spices from farm to plate. Searching across the world for diverse flavors, the company works closely with farmers and distributors alike, to make sure each part of their supply chain aligns with their commitment to quality.

“Our story is a journey of passion and discovery – we’re enhancers of the culinary experience. Meal time is special as we congregate and share memories with friends and family and we strive to provide the products that allow you to savor those experiences.” said Sunil Kumar, founder of Spicy Organic LLC. “We are thrilled to launch the new website and strongly feel it lines up perfectly with our company core vision for growth and expansion in the future, and to support and promote organic farming.”

Over 40 years ago Kumar’s family, hailing from very humble beginnings, opened a single store in India. The family had a small farm on which they grew high quality spices and, gradually, their dedication to high standards, reliability and providing only the best to their customers grew into a sustainable retail business. Through the years, Kumar has acquired significant knowledge and understanding about organic farming, as well as selecting, growing, harvesting and processing premium organic spices and herbs.

“Spicy Organic is committed to help upgrade the standards of living, spreading awareness for increased environmental concerns and the rise in what can only be termed ‘health hazard diseases’ that come from eating nonorganic foods.” adds Kumar.

All of Spicy Organic’s products are validated through a USDA certification. They also acquire both organic and gluten free certificates, in their unwavering commitment to quality. Best selling products include turmeric, cardamom, Garlic, ginger powder, saffron and garam masala. The new website will showcase daily new arrivals and feature announcements regarding regional or local Annual Seed & Spice events – such as the State Fair of Texas – that Spicy Organics participates in. Customers can gain insights or special discounts and benefits by checking the website.

Though Spicy Organics have continued to expand through the years, they have literally stayed true to their “roots”, maintaining the same integrity the family has come to be known for.

For more information, please visit www.spicyorganic.com or email mediarelations@spicyorganic.com or call Linda Decann at (866) 256-6772

About Spicy Organic :
Founded In 1984 and based in McKinney- Texas, Spicy Organic offers a full line of organic products ranging from bulk organic spices, herbs and organic aromatherapy products. Spicy Organic is committed to deliver the highest quality organic spices and premium service to our customers while supporting and promoting sustainable organic farming and ensuring the better future of our farmers.


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Colruyt Group to support vegetable farmer De Lochting in its transition from conventional farming to organic farming

Halle, Belgium, 2016-May-03 — /EPR Retail News/ — Colruyt Group will be supporting vegetable farmer De Lochting from Roeselare in the continuing transition from conventional farming to organic farming. From the second week of April onward, the Colruyt and OKay stores will be selling several “transition vegetables”, which will only be eligible for the official organic label in two years. This purchase guarantee will help De Lochting to bridge the financially difficult transition period. The initiative is part of Colruyt Group’s strategy to collaborate with as many local manufacturers as possible on a production chain that is as sustainable as possible. That way, the group is ensured of a quality Belgian supply of organic vegetables to meet the growing need. Colruyt Group is also joining forces with De Lochting because it is a sheltered workshop and affords opportunities to people who are unfit for regular employment.

From now on, Colruyt Group will purchase several “transition vegetables” from De Lochting, including kohlrabi, leaf parsley, and white tip radish. In September, we will have red beets and from October onwards there will be pumpkin and winter purslane. The products will be on the shelves carrying the name Boni Selection Bio. They will be fully available at Colruyt stores and partially available at OKay stores. A sticker on the package will explain to the customers that these are transition vegetables rather than conventionally farmed vegetables or certified organic vegetables. Bio-Planet, Colruyt Group’s organic supermarket, also offers transition products, when there is not enough supply of 100 % biological produce to meet their clients’ demand.

Transition products: from fallow to organic

Colruyt Group wants to support De Lochting in the continuing transition from conventional to organic farming. This transition period will last at least two years for annual crops and three years for perennial crops. The farmer will lose revenue in this period.

Land that was used for conventional farming needs to lie fallow for a year, or be used to grow grains or legumes. After that, the farmer can begin to farm in line with organic principles, and his harvest will be given the label ‘in transition’. Only after two or three years, if all requirements for the organic certifications have been met, may the products be sold as organic.

Spontaneous partnership with a social mission

The partnership between Colruyt Group and De Lochting grew spontaneously, because the farmer was already supplying a large part of its harvest to Bio-Planet. The Colruyt Group organic supermarket, as well as the Colruyt and OKay stores are seeking to purchase more, to answer the customer’s growing demand for organic products.

Therefore, De Lochting wants to expand its acreage in farmland for organic farming.  “With this partnership, we want to help make farming more sustainable. We think it’s also great that with this, we support an organisation with a social mission which gives people meaningful work. This collaboration perfectly matches our company mission to create sustainable added value, not just economically, but also ecologically and socially,” says Rony Neufkens, department head vegetable and fruit purchasing at Colruyt Group.

Dirk Lammertyn, director at De Lochting, adds: “This collaboration with Colruyt Group is giving De Lochting extra opportunities in several areas. The expansion ensures extra employment, but also different types of work. The accompanying packing orders are challenging and affords opportunities to better prepare employees for a future job at a regular food manufacturing company. This way, the meaning of socially responsible entrepreneurship at Colruyt Group (people, planet, profit) is beautifully connected to our desire to be ‘a company that cares about people and nature.” 

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Colruyt Group to support vegetable farmer De Lochting in its transition from conventional farming to organic farming

Colruyt Group to support vegetable farmer De Lochting in its transition from conventional farming to organic farming