Projects & Farmers

Our farming projects

NPPL certified farming projects are situated in Nanpara, Uttar Pradesh, and Jammu & Kashmir. The areas and climatic conditions are ideal for India’s basmati rice production. Our broad diverse supply chain allows us to grow authentic grains with love and deeply rooted values. We believe in going the extra mile for a safe & secure living.

NPPL’s certifications

Our responsibilities towards our farmers:

Farmer Fables

Our farmers are the reason for our sustainable produce. They are the backbone of our company and are responsible for reducing the cost of cultivation and enhancing the yield. Together, we aim to make a never-seen-before impact.

Walk through certifications:


By removing chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and insecticides, we encourage ecological-oriented farming that safeguards biodiversity and preserves natural resources. The positive impact of our farming techniques is clearing landscapes and more species, including wild flora and fauna. Lack of pesticide use and other chemical inputs will eventually reduce the erosion of agro-biodiversity, attract new species, create a healthy gene pool and thereby lead to suitable habitats for wildlife.

Air and climate change

Our organic farming practices contribute to mitigating global warming and the greenhouse effect by retaining carbon in the soil, minimizing tillage, and raising productivity. NPPL’s agriculture methods reduce non-renewable energy, enhance carbon sequestration and encourage farming systems resilient to climate change.

Economic development

Adopting organic farming has been our best decision ever. We have eliminated synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and minimized soil erosion by more than 50%, which has increased our crop yields by five folds. Integration of natural processes has elevated our agriculture production process. We have expanded our organic production to benefit consumers and farmers.

social empowerment

NPPL has eradicated chemical inputs, resulting in increased labor requirements compared to conventional agriculture. Our modernist techniques have contributed massively to rural employment and benefitted marginal farmers. Delving into the larger picture, we have assured food security at the family and national levels.