Farm Made Foods was created with the passion to deliver premium quality natural products to our customers. Being raised in an agrarian family, Mr. Raam Mohan always wanted to go back to his roots and provide healthy food alternatives to his customers.
Farm Made Foods believes in supplying only the best quality products or nothing at all. All the products that we deal in, are grown in our own farms and none of the products are outsourced to ensure quality.
Our Free Range Eggs are produced using traditional farming methods, ensuring highest animal protection standards. The feed provided to the hens, do not contain any antibiotics, growth promoters, hormones or any such substances, which may have adverse health effects. Our hens are pasture raised and humanely treated.Learn more
Our coconut sugar is produced in a protected and controlled environment using ice box technology, in our farms. We are the first farm in the world to adopt Ice box technology. By using ice box method, we do not add any anti fermenting agents in the process of colleting sap. Once the sap is collected it is dehydrated to sugar.Learn more
The Farm Made Foods coconut candy is created using a blend of ingredients such as of gram flour & coconut blossom sugar, forming a unique and delectable “100% Natural Sweet”Learn more
The Farm Made Foods coconut Laddu, is a delicious and 100% natural dessert, which is made using organic coconut & natural coconut blossom sugar. The unique method of preparation and ingredients, ensure that the laddu has a low GI and high nutrition and you don’t need to think twice before popping them into your mouth.Learn more
Caged eggs come from hens that live their entire lives confined in small wire cages, indoors. Typically a hen has only a small space, that’s smaller than a piece of printer paper.
Cage-free hens have no outdoor access and spend their whole lives inside the shed. They are free from cage confinement in order to roam inside the shed but mostly hens have only the space that’s smaller than 2 pieces of standard letter paper side by side.
Farm made hens roam outdoors everyday on open pasture. They have lot of free space, lot of fresh air, and areas for playing, lot of greens to feed on and safe place to rest. They may travel in and out of the shed at free will. We let hens be hens.Read More
Contrary to popular belief, these tiny spots do not indicate a fertilized egg or the presence of a disease. Rather, they are caused by the rupture of a blood vessel on the yolk surface during formation of the egg or by a similar accident in the wall of the oviduct. As an egg ages, the yolk takes up water from the albumen to dilute the blood spot so, in actuality, a blood spot indicates that the egg is freshRead More
Most meat spots are tiny pieces of tissue from the hen’s oviduct. They are usually brown in colour. They range in size from 0.5 mm to more than 3 mm in diameter. They are sterile and harmless. The spot can be removed with the tip of a knife, if you wish. Many meat spots are too small to be detected by candling, especially in brown eggs.Read More
The layer is a natural membrane formed in each egg. The thickness varies from egg to egg. The membrane is little thick in brown eggs comparatively. Egg shell membrane is the clear film lining an egg shell. Two protein fibre membranes reside between the albumen and the inner surface of the shellRead More
Interestingly, in some hens that lay brown eggs, eating too much canola or rapeseed meal can cause a fishy smell in the eggs. Not all hens are affected by the process that causes the smell. The smell is caused by the accumulation of trimethylamine (TMA) in the yolk. Most hens metabolise the TMA into another (odourless) compoundRead More