Pune woman grows her own food organically and feds her family of 14

An organic wave is sweeping through Pune, as people increasingly buy food grown without the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides.

However, Sujata Naphade is far ahead of this wave she grows enough organic vegetables and fruits to feed her family of 14, sells what they cant consume and connects farmers who grow crops naturally to enthusiastic consumers.

Sujata isnt a farmer and her plot isnt in rural India. She is a city woman in Pune the second largest city in Maharashtra and her 3,300 square feet plot is right in the middle of an affluent housing society, surrounded by concrete buildings and bungalows.