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India's appetite for organic vegetables grows in COVID times

Pandemic forces consumers to rethink health choices

Arjun Sahni opened his Nature's Soul organic food restaurant in March in New Delhi. (Photo by Moyuru Baba)

NEW DELHI -- COVID-19 has infected some 43 million people in India, prompting many in the world's second-most populous country to carefully consider food choices, one of which is organic produce.

An Indian entrepreneur responded to this trend by opening an organic food restaurant in central New Delhi last month.

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