The organic ‘Araya’ brand was recently launched by the company, which was founded by a family of chefs in New Zealand, and has a presence in over a dozen countries.
The organic brand, which claims to be the ‘first organic brand in India’, has been gaining popularity over the past few years with Indian consumers looking for fresh, local produce in a more natural setting.
However, the brand has been criticized for not being organic and it has also faced criticism for not offering organic products.
The brand has also been accused of not paying its suppliers for its organic products and has also had its stock price in the Indian market dip to a high level.
However the company has been pushing back against these criticisms and is now aiming to turn around its fortunes.
The organic brand has gained popularity in India after a viral video featuring its chef and owner Ravi Bhatt was uploaded on YouTube.
The brand claims to have been created by Ravi and his father, who started the brand after their travels in Asia.
In the video, the chef’s father, Ravi, tells the audience, “I came from India, I came to the US, I went to China and I went back to India, and I have been cooking in India for over 30 years.”
The chef’s family claims that the company was started by their father to provide fresh, locally grown food in a natural setting to local consumers.
The company was founded in 2002 by Rupesh and Anush Sharma, a former couple.
They were part of a growing trend in the country where the trend was being promoted in an organic way.
Ruposh, who is also a chef and founder of the popular Indian restaurant and restaurant chain Nari, also served as the owner of the brand.
The family also owns and operates the popular restaurant and bar in the city of New Delhi.
According to the company’s website, “We are passionate about organic, ethical food, the best in the world.
Our products are grown organically, free of chemical preservatives, antibiotic residues, and pesticide residues.
The quality of our food is our utmost concern.”
According to Rupash, organic food is not only about freshness, but also about sustainability.
“Our goal is to provide quality organic food that is healthy, sustainable, and organic in origin,” he said.
While organic food has been making a splash in India, organic brands have been struggling to catch on.
Organic food is often more expensive than traditional, non-organic food and it also has a stigma attached to it.
In the US and Europe, organic foods are often seen as more healthy, environmentally friendly, and sustainable, but there are concerns that the organic label can be associated with higher levels of toxic chemicals and antibiotics.
Aryans organic products have also been criticized by some consumers, who say they are not good enough.
In India, the company is also faced with a backlash over the fact that the brand is not offering its organic foods at all.
India’s Organic Food MovementIn India, consumers have long been demanding more organic foods.
According to a 2016 Pew Research Center survey, more than one in four Indians said they have “somewhat” or “very much” a “very” or a “great deal” of concern about food waste.
The number of Indians who said they “always” or even “sometimes” eat organic food, or that they have eaten organic foods in the past year has increased from 19% in 2016 to 23% in 2017.
In India’s recent past, a similar trend was seen in the food sector.
Earlier this year, the government announced the country would move away from its reliance on imported and locally grown produce and introduce the production of organic produce.
However that pushback from farmers has not been welcomed by the government, which has been pressuring the companies that supply their produce to switch to organic.
Anush Sharma and Rupsh SharmaOwners of the New Zealand-based organic food company Rupush and Anu Sharma have also made waves in India.
The two have made it their mission to spread the word of the “Arayas’ Organic Brands”.
The two are currently facing criticism for their marketing tactics.
In January 2017, the Arayas Organic Brands blog post called on people to boycott products from Araya Foods, claiming that the brands products were “not organic” and that their ingredients were “un-clean.”
“Arayat Foods is not a true organic company, as the Aayas Organic brand is a scam,” the blog post said.
“It is not an organic brand because it does not use organic ingredients, or it has not used organic products in the last 10 years.”