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  • Sattvik Council of India to expand operations in Odisha

    Published on February 1, 2022

    Bhubaneswar : Sattvik Council of India (SCI), a Non-profit Organization & the World’s first and pioneering Vegetarian food & lifestyle Standard Development organization is now starting its operations in Odisha too.

    “Our organization is growing fast & many big brands are approaching now for Sattvik certification; therefore we are opening branches where there’s an increasing demand. Bhubaneswar is the first city we’ll be setting foot in”. Said Mr. Abhishek Biswas, Founder at Sattvik Council of India.

    Shri Satyanarayan Mohapatra has been appointed as the state representative of Sattvik Council of India, Odisha.

    He said, “It’s my pleasure to work with Sattvik Council of India that ensures the creation of “VEGETARIAN ENVIRONMENT” for vegetarian consumers around the world. It’s a Revolutionary initiative to bring a better place for Vegetarian consumers around the globe. With the requirement for the new SOP’s and standards in the food supply chain, Sattvik MARK guarantees the trust & Belief for 100% Vegetarian/vegan Products.” 

    For the past 10 years, Sattvik council has developed SOPS in the field of food & hospitality & developed the three manuals by the name of “Sattvik Quality Management Manual”, “Vegetarian  Quality Kitchen Management Manual” and “Vegetarian Hospitality Management Manual”. 

    Sattvik Council of India’s goal is to generate 1,000,00 certified skilled resources in India in the area of food safety and vegetarian/vegan compliance by 2025 & aims to certify approx. 1 million establishments by 2025 including kitchens/hotels/product & textile.

    Recently, the Sattvik Council of India in association with Bureau Veritas (global audit partner) provided ‘vegetarian certification’ to ‘Shri Ramayan Yatra’ at Safdarjung Railway Station in New Delhi in order to encourage vegetarian-friendly railway services. ‘Shri Ramayana Yatra’ has become the first vegetarian-friendly train.


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