When random client who spoke with Anju Srivastava, MD of Wingreens Farms got amazed after talking with her. She was kind enough to listen customer feedback and replying back with 100% satisfactory solutions. Wingreens Farms Private Limited, founded by 58-year-old Anju Srivastava, sells flavoured dips, sauces, baked chips, bakery chips, tea, pita bread and a lot more but primarily helps women and farmers lead a financially secure life. Anju has created livelihood opportunity for 1200 people, 300 of them women.
Wingreens Farms’ vision is to become the perfect model organization while resolving some of the biggest deadlocks that have paralyzed Indian society & industry for centuries. Through demonstration along with education, Wingreens Farms provides farmers with additional avenues of income by employing them and members of their families by shifting the first level of processing to the farms itself. In doing so, the farmers are no longer at the mercy of middlemen in the agriculture sector. Wingreens Farms has developed packages of practices for over 100 crops including herbs, vegetables and flowers that restore the ecological balance of the soil and naturally negate the use of pesticides and chemicals, while hugely increasing productivity.
Wingreens Farms believes that by enriching people and the land around us, an organization can grow profitable and successful in a short amount of time. Their products like flavoured dips, tzatziki dip, chipotle dip, hummus, sauces, bakery chips and tea, are sold through 9,000 stores across India, besides their website and online shopping portals like Big Basket and Amazon. Wingreens has provided financial independence to many women employees.