We are all concerned about food contamination and the damages that can arise for our bodies due to these contaminations. Pesticides that are deadly for a living organism (pests) can also be lethal or harmful to other living organisms, such as our body cells. Even though chemical fertilizers can promote the growth of plants faster and more effectively, they are harmful compounds to our body tissues, and prolonged consumption of these contaminants over time can lead to serious illnesses in our bodies!
With the widespread use of pesticides and fertilizers in agriculture, along with the chemical substances from municipal wastewater and industrial activities over the past decades, practicing healthy and ecological farming has become exceedingly challenging and nearly impossible. A significant portion of our water and soil has been contaminated by these chemicals. Ecological farming and the processing of healthy crops primarily require clean and wholesome soil and water. Finding a clean environment for ecological farming in densely populated areas and industrial zones is a challenging task. Therefore, we have ventured into abandoned deserts or sparsely populated areas to produce completely clean and ecological products.