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Family Farmers

Your family farmers - championing the change

At Humpy, we’re not a corporation, but a community of people with an unwavering will to change the world for the better. We’re committed to taking the organic way with our farming practices because we believe that’s the best way.
Most brands offering fresh produce and dairy take nature for granted and use synthetic pesticides that only do harm to you and the earth. To meet the high market demand, they even resort to using growth hormones on their animals, while keeping them in poor conditions too.

We’re working towards disrupting these practices. We believe these harmful chemicals have no business in our food, and so we keep them off our business. Our little herds are given lots of love and treated ethically too. In the midst of all this, we ensure that our farmers are given fair pay, and work towards uplifting their living conditions.

So, every time you pick our products, you can feel good about serving them to your loved ones. The best part? You help us make a difference as well.
Bringing a change is a team effort

Meet the people who lead
this change



Education:- BE Electronics + MBA in E-Business.

Work Experience:- 8 years in the IT industry. Practicing Organic Agriculture since 2010.

After being a part of Nirman, Jaywant chose organic farming as a chance to do something more meaningful in life. For 4 years he managed his job in IT during the week and the farm on weekends. Later, he realised the potential of farming as an economically viable source of livelihood. It was then that he bid farewell to his IT profession and charted his way to the hinterlands of India to make a difference in the lives of the rural farmers.



Education:- BE Information Technology

Work Experience:- 1.5 years in the IT industry. Practicing Organic Agriculture since 2013.

Malvika started organic farming as a hobby in 2013. Until November 2015, she was working as a software engineer in an MNC in Pune. Although, soon she realised her career lacked a bigger sense of meaning. It was then that she shifted her focus on her hobby and started working towards getting a fair price for farmers’ produce by different means of marketing. Devoted to her group of farmers, she made working for their empowerment, her life’s purpose.