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MSSD Shares Tips on Going Organic Prompted by Rise in India Raw Organic Food Market

August 25, 2012

In response to the recent growth of India´s raw organic food market, Massage School San Diego has expressed its desire to help, stating that an improved raw organic industry in India would help to expand the movement worldwide, as well.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 25, 2012

In response to the recent growth of India´s raw organic food market, Massage School San Diego has expressed its desire to help, stating that an improved raw organic industry in India would help to expand the movement worldwide, as well. MSSD is a supporter of natural living and promotes ways to achieve that lifestyle.

Numbers were recently released showing an exponential increase in the Indian raw organic food industry. In response, MSSD, a massage therapy school locator and supporter of the organic food movement, has released an organic food tip sheet in hopes this will help expand the industry in the U.S., as well.

According to officials at Yes Bank, a private bank in India, the country´s raw organic food market is growing an average of 20 to 22 percent annually. Yes Bank officials attribute the growth to increased spending power in the middle class sector and a general move toward more organic, chemical-free, health-conscious and natural food products. The market is expected to continue growing globally, too, going from revenues of $57.2 billion per year to a whopping $104.5 billion by 2015.

MSSD shares these tips for going organic in the U.S.:

  •     Look for food with a “USDA organic” seal
  •     Go to local farmers markets
  •     Plant your own vegetable and herb garden
  •     Check food labels carefully
  •     Cook at home; avoid eating out a lot

A diet of raw organic food features foods in their natural form. These foods are free of chemicals, pesticides and additives, and are left untreated and unprocessed. In most countries a food must meet certain standards in order to be certified as organic. In the U.S., the USDA handles these certifications. Raw and organic food products are believed to have some health benefits, including: higher levels of nutrients and minerals, improved digestion, weight loss, increased energy, detoxification and a stronger immune system. In addition, organic foods help improve the environment by cutting down on soil pollution, airborne chemicals and harmful pesticides.

India is a country in the southern region of Asia, boasting a total area of more than 1.2 million square miles. The country has a total population of 1,210,193,422, making it second only to China. India´s capital city is New Delhi, though its largest city is Mumbai. A former United Kingdom territory, India achieved independence in 1947, when it became its own dominion. In 1950, it officially became the Republic of India. The country currently has 28 states and seven territories, and is led by both an elected president and an appointed prime minister.

Yes Bank is a banking firm located in India. Founded in 2003 by Ashok Kapur and Rana Kapoor, the private company provides business and retail banking, financial markets, investment banking, corporate finance, wealth management and more. Its headquarters are located in Mumbai, India.

In response to the recent growth of India´s raw organic food industry, MSSD has released its organic eating tips, in hopes this will encourage growth of the industry in the U.S., as well.

About Massage School San Diego:

A long-standing resource to the San Diego massage education community, MassageSchoolSanDiego.com provides guidance and assistance to incoming massage students, incoming attendees, and the massage schools of San Diego themselves. MSSD is also a purveyor of health news, healthy living tips, and healthy eating advice for man and animal alike.

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