Esteem Bio Organic Ltd is India's leading manufacturing of wheat, rice, pulses and vegetables. The company has marked a significant growth in agriculture industry.
Esteem Bio Organic Ltd has been continuously raising the bar in competence and gaining recognition as a leader and innovator in Indian agriculture industry.
EBOFPL operates one of the largest agriculture unit in India, at Pantnagar(Kichha), Udham Singh Nagar in Uttaranchal, a state in northern India. A pioneer and market leader in the agriculture industry, the company is among the largest producers of wheat, rice, pulse and vegetables in India.
Present Use Farming of wheat, rice, pulses and vegetables. The Orchard of Mango, Guava, Pomegranate and various kinds of flowers particularly of Roses are also there. The farming of trees like Poplar, Eucalyptus, Kadam, Mentha and bamboos are also there.
As EBOFPL grows and touches new horizons; it continues to be guided by principles of good corporate governance while pushing the profitability envelope. The company is unswerving in its belief in ethical and fair business practices, and focused on providing value to all its customers, suppliers and employees.
Beyond Business EBOFPL takes the greatest possible care to ensure the safety, health and welfare of its staff and the communities living around its facilities. Protecting the environment is a crucial component of this equation.
The underlying philosophy at EBOFPL is that ownership of safety lies beyond a company department or an outside authority; safety is the duty of every employee and every stakeholder.
Enriching life "What comes from the farmers must go back to the farmers many times over" — this principle is an inheritance from the founding fathers of the EBOFPL Group.
With a distinguished past and a flourishing present to power it forward, Esteem Bio Organic Ltd. is poised to build on its achievements in the years ahead
EBOFPL manufactures a wide range of high-quality and competitively priced agronomy in Indian market, which deliver outstanding value to its customers. The company's products and production processes are benchmarked with the best of processing technology, to meet the most rigorous needs of Indian farmers. EBOFPL is now in the process of expanding its operations throughout in Indian market. It is uniquely positioned to achieve this objective — thanks to the skill and dedication of its people, the excellence of its production facilities, and the technical and technological expertise it has nurtured.
The emergence of the term ‘organic farming’ to describe a distinct system of agriculture began in the first half of the 20th century, with significant public visibility occurring in the 1970s and 1980s.
In the 1990s, most land grant universities experienced a significant shift of focus towards environmentally sound and sustainable food systems, but few have focused on organic systems due to the very small acreage and number of farms involved. Organic farming expanded dramatically in the last decade, and this expansion continues today.
Principle of organic farming is to allow Mother Nature to provide us food the way nature intended. The soil is of central importance. Organic farmers nourish the soil and its micro universe of life forms rather than force feeding the plants to grow unnaturally fast. Because animal welfare matters in organic farming, animals are treated with care and respect. There are no cages, animals move free, grazing on grass and other natural pastures. Organics is about producing healthy food and fibre without the use of synthetic agri-chemicals, while ensuring animal welfare and environmental sustainability.
India is one of the world's most agriculturally significant countries. It ranks among the world's largest producers of rice, tea, fruits and vegetables, various spices, pulses, medicinal plants, and cashew nuts. Its first internationally certified organic products began emerging in the mid 70’s, supported by UK’s Soil Association.
India has evolved a rich history of agricultural practices and continues to adapt technologies like biodynamic and other systems into its organic practices.