Leap Club got a new look and is now called Swadesi Way! 🎉

Leap Club is now Swadesi Way! 🎉

What’s Different About Swadesi Way?

Our Native Organic Groceries

Food that’s healthier for you and India’s villages

Some of our products are labelled as ‘Not Yet Swadesi Way’. We label them differently to be transparent about our sourcing practices. Click here to know more.

Everyone Wins When You Take The Swadesi Way

More nourishment for you

 

  • Organic food is more nutritious and wholesome
  • No toxic chemicals in your food
  • Sourced from 5 chosen farmer collectives whom you can trust

More support for farmers

 

  • Backed by conscious customers, farmer collectives grow steadily
  • Fair payment to farmers helps their families & communities thrive
  • More farmers join organic farming and enjoy long-term success

More love for Mother Nature

 

  • Organic farming systems enrich our soil and maintain ecological balance
  • Farmer collectives apply valuable natural wisdom in the modern age
  • Cattles, bees, worms and all creatures rejoice in the lush green environment
Looking for conscious consumers to guide us!

Hi, friend!

For us, Swadesi Way isn’t just about food; it’s about co-creating a better world.

By empowering small farmer collectives, we believe that India’s villages can be transformed so wonderfully, that we ALL would want to live there!

But alone, this dream is too big. We need all dreamers who share this vision to become collaborators.

If you feel a calling in your heart as you read this, we invite you to be a part of Swadesi 100 – our inner circle of 100 members doing their bit to turn this dream into reality.

Join us on the way
Looking for conscious consumers to guide us!

Hi, friend!

For us, Swadesi Way isn’t just about food; it’s about co-creating a better world.

By empowering small farmer collectives, we believe that India’s villages can be transformed so wonderfully, that we ALL would want to live there!

But alone, this dream is too big. We need all dreamers who share this vision to become collaborators.

If you feel a calling in your heart as you read this, we invite you to be a part of Swadesi 100 – our inner circle of 100 members doing their bit to turn this dream into reality.

Join us on the way

Join Swadesi 100!

Swadesi 100 is our inner circle of 100 people who share our vision and are committed to bringing it to life.

If you deeply care about the needs of our environment, our farmers, and envision a new way to replace the old structures of the world, this group is for you!

Join us on the way
Join us on the way

Meet our real heroes

Our 5 farmer collectives are champions of change

Bhoomgadi Collective, Chattisgarh

3,000 tribal farmers on an extraordinary journey to make the entire district become organic.

Out of 227 Dantewada villages, 119 are already declared organic by the Gram Sabhas.

Sittilingi Valley Collective, Tamil Nadu

500+ certified organic farmers running the tribal collective democratically since 2009.

The profit is also used to develop watersheds in villages and giving scholarship to farmers’ children.

Ekta Women Collective, Uttar Pradesh

425 women farmers are growing certified organic food on 500 acres of land.

They also grow fruits and vegetables for their own consumption, leading to improved nutrition and self-reliance for their families.

Shahwar Collective, Kashmir

From the blessed fields of Lethipora, farmers have been sharing the gift of walnuts and almonds with the world for generations.

They trust the natural process and keep the ancient wisdom alive.

Davanagere Collective, Karnataka

2800+ certified organic farmers have played a key role in reviving millets in their district. 

They provide better seeds resulting in increased yields and a consistent market leading to better incomes for the farmers.

Meet our real heroes

Our 5 farmer collectives are champions of change

Bhoomgadi Collective, Chattisgarh

3,000 tribal farmers on an extraordinary journey to make the entire district become organic.

Out of 227 Dantewada villages, 119 are already declared organic by the Gram Sabhas.

Sittilingi Valley Collective, Tamil Nadu

500+ certified organic farmers running the tribal collective democratically since 2009.

The profit is also used to develop watersheds in villages and giving scholarship to farmers’ children.

Ekta Women Collective, Uttar Pradesh

425 women farmers are growing certified organic food on 500 acres of land.

They also grow fruits and vegetables for their own consumption, leading to improved nutrition and self-reliance for their families.

Shahwar Collective, Kashmir

From the blessed fields of Lethipora, farmers have been sharing the gift of walnuts and almonds with the world for generations.

They trust the natural process and keep the ancient wisdom alive.

Davanagere Collective, Karnataka

2800+ certified organic farmers have played a key role in reviving millets in their district. 

They provide better seeds resulting in increased yields and a consistent market leading to better incomes for the farmers.

It’s not just organic, it’s an Organic Revolution

Have more questions? Check our FAQs.

About Us

Who are the founders?

Divish graduated from IIT-Delhi in 2015 and has been working in the domains of farming, food and sustainability since then. Before founding Swadesi Way, he volunteered in Auroville for two years, which significantly shaped his worldview. He is committed to personal growth and actively practices Non-Violent Communication and Yoga.

Raj used to be a filmmaker, but around 27, a sudden realisation of planet and farmer exploitation knocked him off his feet. Suddenly, movies didn’t seem to matter much. He turned towards creating conscious organisations. But deep down, he’s still an artist and brings his creative touch to everything he does at Swadesi Way.

What are Swadesi Way’s core values?

Health & Wellbeing
We’re dedicated to helping everyone feel their best, inside and out.

Sustainability & Planet Care
We’re committed to preserving our planet and caring for its future.

Supporting small farmers
We’re backing farmer collectives. They’re crucial for India’s villages.

Collaboration & Unity
It’s all about working together and uniting for positive change!

Where can I see the company’s progress & stats?

We want to be completely transparent about our successes and failures so that everyone has an opportunity to learn and contribute.

We will soon start sharing updates about our progress with the community. 🙂

About Organic Food

What does 'organic' really mean?

A food can be called organic if it’s produced in harmony with nature and without the use of synthetic chemicals, pesticides or genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Before all the modern industrial farming kicked off, organic farming was just how things were done. Our great-great-great-great (you get the idea) grandparents were all about using what nature gave them to grow their crops.

So, organic farming isn’t a new fad in town. It is the OG way to farm.

Is organic food healthier than food grown with chemicals?

This question deserves a long answer but we will keep it short for now.

Yes, organic food is generally considered healthier than food grown with chemicals. It may reduce your exposure to pesticide residues, toxic metals and other harmful chemicals. They also generally contain higher levels of antioxidants and certain micronutrients, such as vitamin C, zinc, and iron.

In India, the nutritional value of our food has declined significantly over the past 50 years. Bringing it back to original levels would require a complete transformation of our food system and growing food organically will be one of the key drivers in this transition.

Also, organic food is equivalent of a healthy balanced diet for our Mother Earth. The food we consume is not just a product of the Earth, but a reflection of its wellbeing. The healthier the planet, the healthier the produce, and in turn, the healthier we are.

Why is organic food more expensive?

One of the major reason is lack of demand. Less people eating organic food means that it costs more to bring food from farm to your table. Often, brands also charge a ‘premium’ because it’s still considered a niche.

Another big reason why conventional food is cheaper is because farmers are exploited through grossly unfair payments.

But when you buy from us, 60% of what you pay goes to the farmer collectives. No premium pricing here. And if more consumers join, then the costs will come down and it will make organic food affordable for all. 

If you’re choosing our organic food today despite the higher price, you’re helping to create a world where organic food is affordable without exploiting our planet and those who grow it. Let’s build this world together? 🙂

Ordering On Swadesi Way

How can I place the order?

You can place the order through our website or through our official WhatsApp number. We provide a seamless experience through both mediums.

Why are some products marked as 'Not Yet Swadesi Way'?

Some of our products are 100% organic but not yet directly sourced from farmer collectives. These products are labelled as ‘Not Yet Swadesi Way’.

We label them differently because we wish to be completely transparent with you about the source of your food and the impact you are creating by choosing our products.

We put a lot of effort in building long-term relationships with our farmer collectives and hence, it takes time. We will soon be able to offer a complete range of essential organic groceries from our partner collectives.

Your support in choosing these products helps us advance towards our goal of creating a sustainable future for India’s villages.

How long do you take to deliver?

We do next-day delivery in entire Delhi-NCR through our own delivery team.

If you are ordering from other parts of the country, then it may take 2-5 days based on your location. You will get a tracking link through which you can track your order.

Do you accept cash on delivery?

Yes, we accept cash on delivery. You can also pay online at the time of delivery.

But we recommend that you pay beforehand as it will reduce last-minute inconvenience for both you and our delivery person.

What is the refund policy?

We offer refunds if you’re dissatisfied with our product. Occasionally, we’ll request a phone call to better address your concerns.

Please read the product description and storage tips before purchasing. This will help you determine whether the product aligns with your preferences.

PS: Our complaint rate is less than 0.5%. Most of our customers have never felt unhappy 😊