Every INDIANLife® product is MSG-free, authentic and all natural.
At Indianlife we’re passionate about delicious foods that are good for you, and good for the earth. We believe that when we bring healthy and delicious vegetarian, vegan and Certified Organic foods to you, we are part of a wheel of good karma that benefits all.
We also believe that what’s not in our food is as important as what’s inside. At Indianlife we’ve always used organic ingredients in our healthy, all natural products. So only the purest Certified Organic whole grains become our wraps and organic breads. And no preservatives, GMO ingredients, MSG, artificial colors or additives are used in our all-natural and organic products.
We have always supported organic agriculture and sustainable farming practices, and source our raw ingredients carefully from family farmers and companies that share our commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability.
Indianlife Organics, our line of Certified Organic options, is an evolution as natural for us as the pure, fresh ingredients you enjoy in each and every Indianlife product. Keep watching for more Indianlife Organics additions!
What does Certified Organic mean?
In the United States, certified organic refers to a uniform set of standards for production methods used to grow and process organic foods. These are established by the Department of Agriculture (USDA), through the National Organic Program (NOP). These standards include annual on-site inspections by third-party inspectors. When farmers and producers meet these standards, and manufacture products that contain between 95% to 100% organic content, those products may be called organic and the USDA//NOP Organic seal may be used on the package.
In June 2009, Canada and the US reached an historic organic equivalency agreement. This means that food producers certified to NOP regulations in the US do not have to double-certify to Canadian organic standards in order to export to the Canadian market, and vice-versa. Overall Canadian Organic Standards are similar to, though not exactly identical to, standards for organic certification in the US.