Go Beyond Eating Healthy
When you buy Zizira's products, you get a double win. Pure and healthy food from pristine Meghalaya, while impacting farmers from a region cut off from the world.
Your Search for Natural, Nutritious Foods Begins Here
We bring to you high value herbs and spices and other seasonal, unique and functionally beneficial products to customers all over India. You can now enjoy the taste and purity of pristine Meghalaya.
Pioneering to Create Better
Going Beyond What Others are Willing to Do
As a conscious company we are filling a gap in Northeast India by proving that a company can make a difference. We do this by creating excellence, honouring the dignity of diligent work to benefiting customers, farmers, employees and community.
For customers, we are becoming a trustworthy source for pure, beneficial, and hard to find products from Meghalaya. Customers appreciate the health benefits from our products and the connection they have with the bigger purpose. They can trust that behind each product is a committed team that can make this happen.
On the other hand, farmers from remote villages farmers who sometimes need to trek for hours to the local market, now have a continous market to sell their product. We strive to understand the unique potential of each village and select the best opportunities for farmers. It gives them hope for a better future.
Our journey is hard like those of farmers but we love challenges. Our passion is to make the treasures from Meghalaya available and accessible to homes across India. Come be a part of this pioneering movement. When you buy Zizira’s products, together we create a process of regenerative farming.
But the Reality is Different
Northeast India is isolated from the rest of the country with no accessibility to the bigger markets. Hence the potential is locked and farmers don't have a market.
We Care for The Things You Eat
The Northeastern region is an unexplored paradise for agribusiness. Sooner it is harvested, better it will be for dawn of prosperity and peace in the region.
-Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 2014