About Us

At Sage Organics we believe in providing a healthy lifestyle thats not just good for us but also the environment.

Our journey started as a market place for all eco-friendly products way back in 2009 under the brand name ‘Hyderabad Goes Green’. Along the way we shifted our focus more on to Organic Food and rebranded ourselves as the current day ‘Sage Organics’ . Being the pioneers in organic food space in Hyderabad we had a lot of learnings through the years.

We could understand the challenges in providing consistent fresh organic produce with authenticity. While all our farmer partners have been doing their job very religiously, we still could find a gap between the market requirements and production. This prompted us to venture into sustainable farming ourselves and establish the best practices that could be emulated by all the people in the space of sustainable farming.

At Sage farm in Shankarpally spread over 20 acres, we have been creating an ecosystem that has rich soil and high biodiversity. Extensive water harvesting works have been carried out to increase the ground water percolation and also increase of soil moisture. The plant systems are supported by animal systems in a symbiotic way. We are proud of our native ongole cattle and country chicken.

We have also made significant improvements to our post production processes like adding a cold van to the supply chain, a cold room to the store in jubilee hills to retain the freshness of the vegetables.

We are currently catering to a very dedicated customer base who preorder their weekly requirement of vegetables, fruits and home made organic products like bread, salsa, sauces, pasta, paneer etc. All the orders are packed in hygienic conditions and are either delivered or kept ready for pickup as per the choice of the customer.

We also operate a speciality organic restaurant called Sage Cafe where we serve healthy and delicious four course organic meals on a pre booking basis.

Come visit us for your dose of healthy living!


Meet Our Team


Kavitha Mantha
Chief Curator