The Core idea of establishment of Taj Agro has been to connect our rural Indian farmers in our supply chain reducing the exploitation of middle men in the food industry.
Taj Agro was started with the specific reason of direct supply and purchase from Indian farmers to begin, but yes our existing set of pharma and healthcare customers wanted to buy something in food industry like Basmati Rice, Protein powder, Egg powder and other such daily commodities, under a trusted brand name with guaranteed quality
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Our Mission and Values
We, Taj Agro strive to provide our global clients with safe, high quality & fresh fruits and vegetables. Our company has earned the reputation of a distinguished exporter and supplier by offering healthy and hygienic range of agricultural products at highly affordable prices.
Taj Agro International, is an Export oriented food processing Mumbai Based company, manufacturing & marketing all types of Egg Powders and all kinds of Protein Powder, Bulk Frozen and IQF Fruits and Vegetables as per Buyers requirements.
Taj agro thus brings with it a rare blend of proven organizational capabilities, high systems orientation, rich global expertise and more importantly, a strong customer focus. We serve our customers by providing them with the finest variety of quality, fresh products anywhere.
- Taj Agro implements advanced technology to local Market to avail safe and clean Food Products Items and on very marginal rates
- When a food product shows up on a store shelf, it is only as good as its ingredients, and the skills and care of its handlers
- Food of course is not the only vector of unwanted contaminants, but it is one we do have a some choice over
- Spice life with compassion for healthy food; so we too can nourish our deep spirit inside.
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Taj Agro's business can be contacted by common group e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, and query will be forwarded to the relevant departments; additionally, telephone lines +91 - 22 - 26374592 / 93 can be utilised if you have an enquiry about the company, our Agro business, or one of our products at India Standard Time (IST).
Our Best Farmers
Taj Agro pride that some of our Indian farmers are our very own village heroes, who through years of effort, rode a wave of change in the field of Indian agriculture. These hardworking farmers are back bone of our company and sole of our great nation.
She is fondly referred to as ‘Kisan Chachi’, which translates to ‘Farmer Aunty’. Hailing from the small village of Anandpur, in Saraiya block of Muzaffarpur, this farmer cycles through different villages while giving people tips on kitchen farming. She mobilises women to form self-help groups and become financially independent through farming and small scale businesses. But everything was not always a smooth ride for her. In the 1980s, Rajkumari was pushed to pick up the shovel and sickle to help her unemployed husband. At the time, when he and other farmers in the village only grew tobacco leaves, she decided…
Vallabhbhai Vasrambhai Marvaniya
He is over 97. But Vallabhbhai Vasrambhai Marvaniya from Gujarat’s Junagarh was the first to introduce carrots to the palate of Gujaratis, because until 1943, locals did not consider carrots suitable for human consumption. Vallabhbhai was 13-years-old then. He dropped out of class 5 and started helping his father on his 5-acre farm where pulses, grains, and groundnuts were grown, while and maize, jowar (sorghum), rajko (alfalfa), and carrots were cultivated as cattle feed. While feeding cattle, the young boy tasted the vegetable. Finding it delicious, he asked his father to grow it. When he is father laughed it off,…
Bharat Bhushan Tyagi
A stalwart in the organic farming circle, Bharat Bhushan Tyagi is a science graduate from Delhi University, who returned to his native village in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh, to practice organic farming. He spent 30 years experimenting with different agricultural techniques and was one of the pioneering figures in reviving organic farming. He also developed a state-of-the-art research and training centre in his village which benefitted over 1,00,000 farmers and their families by educating and training them on how to earn and live sustainably through organic farming. Before turning to farm, the man was offered a position in the Delhi Police.…
69-year-old tribal agricultural activist, Kamala Pujhari, hails from Koraput. She was recently appointed as a member of the Odisha Planning Board in 2018 by Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik. Pujhari is credited with preserving over a hundred traditional paddy varieties, along with the endangered breeds of black cumin, sesame, turmeric, maha Kanta, phula and ghantia. She also won the Best Farmer Award by the Odisha Government in 2004. One of her major contributions is the war she waged against chemical farming. Through her work and expertise, she helped several tribal villagers abandon chemicals and switch to organic farming practices. Apart from…
Ram Saran Verma
He grew up 30 km away from Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh’s Barabanki district, in the village of Daulatpur. Three generations of Ram’s family struggled on their four-acre farm. He wanted to pursue higher studies, but the financial crisis pushed him to quit education and help his family. Today, he is known UP’s “hi-tech farmer”, who practices farming on 150 acres and earns Rs 3-4 lakh/month! In 1984, armed with just Rs 5,000, he travelled across India, interacting with farmers, agricultural scientists, and experts. When he returned and decided to undertake a banana plantation, his father did not approve. But Ram…
Patidar turned to organic farming in 2004. A resident of Manpura village of Jhalawar, he is the man behind Rajasthan’s iconic Swami Vivekanand Agricultural Research Farm, spread over 40 acres. Initially, Patidar started growing organic crops on four acres. And despite a 40 per cent loss in wheat during the first year, he did not give up. He abandoned all chemical fertilisers and took a bank loan. He then turned to vermicomposting which increased the yield and helped recover losses. Today, he practices the technique on all 40 acres. He grows a range of crops like wheat, barley, fenugreek, coriander…
Kanwal Singh Chauhan
The 57-year-old farmer hails from Sonepat, Haryana, and has made farming profitable through the cultivation of HM-4 hybrid variety of baby corn in his village, Aterna. After cultivating wheat and paddy which did not get him remarkable returns, he turned to baby corn farming in 1997. Thanks to the efforts of this farmer who also has an MA-LLB degree, his village is the largest producer of baby corn in the country. His efforts at the growing of mushroom, sweet corn and tomato organically benefited over 5,000 farmers. “My aim is to establish agriculture clusters for development of farmers so that…
Venkateswara Rao Yadlapalli
Venkateswara Rao Yadlapalli is an organic farmer hailing from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. He has been using modern-day technology to help thousands of farmers adopt organic farming. This includes his recently launched mobile apps on natural and allied farming. He also runs magazines like Rythunestham, Pasunestham and Prakruthi Nestham, that promote natural farming, animal husbandry, and horticulture. He also holds annual felicitation and award ceremonies for organic farmers with remarkable achievements. His efforts have pulled several farmers in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana out of distress.