Marketplace

Eco enthusiasts will not miss out at the Harmony Fest – on the contrary! Through its marketplace that is devoid of mere fashion statements and the regular fleamarket swag, they can enjoy variety of wellness products with a conscience; natural products that are easy on the environment, sustainable and different.

 

The Yoga Institute has invited ethical, sustainable brands to show that good food and good products go hand in hand. At more than 75 stalls, you can find information about meaningful and organic products, natural clothing in the Indian tradition and natural dyes. There are other sustainable products, eco-friendly goodies and ingredients for healthy food and living available.

FARMERS’ MARKET

What would be a food festival without the most important stakeholders, the farmers who grow the food we eat. That is why part of the marketplace is our very own farmers’ market to promote the farmers of India. They bring fresh produce from their farms straight to your homes – de-contaminated, de-coloured, and chemical-free organic vegetables, fruits and grains – the healthiest of the lot!

 

This is a chance to discover nutrient-rich food from various states and forgotten crop varieties to conserve our ancient traditional Aharveda concept. With so much variety and fresh produce, who would not want to learn about healthy living and eating and adopt healthier food habits on the way? ‘We are what we eat’ and with such a variety of easily available, healthy and reasonable alternatives to conventional food items there are no more reasons not to switch to a hea

FARMERS’ MARKET

What would be a food festival without the most important stakeholders, the farmers who grow the food we eat. That is why part of the marketplace is our very own farmers’ market to promote the farmers of India. They bring fresh produce from their farms straight to your homes – de-contaminated, de-coloured, and chemical-free organic vegetables, fruits and grains – the healthiest of the lot!

 

This is a chance to discover nutrient-rich food from various states and forgotten crop varieties to conserve our ancient traditional Aharveda concept. With so much variety and fresh produce, who would not want to learn about healthy living and eating and adopt healthier food habits on the way? ‘We are what we eat’ and with such a variety of easily available, healthy and reasonable alternatives to conventional food items there are no more reasons not to switch to a hea