• SDG-1

    By restoring potential opportunities in rural regions encouraging traditional methods with modern knowledge we support zero poverty in the rural regions of India especially by focusing in South India.

  • SDG-2

    Nutreat in future aims in zero wastage model processing by setting ourselves as an example and that is how we want to contribute to the world to be zero hunger management theory.

  • SDG-3

    Working hard to get back the traditional food processing techniques and the recipes as well we are aiming good health of the future world with high quality ingredients procured direct from the natural & organic farmers and by avoiding any chemicals that cause adverse effects.

    Even our processing is visioned to be as zero- carbon footprint and completely eco-friendly.

  • SDG-5

    Rural women handcrafts

    Its a way of empowering rural women through handcrafting Nutreat. We have involved almost 60+rural women from the village Malikipuram and the entire team operating are women. We are not feminists but we support decent and proud working status of women as well.

    Rural youth & Homemakers

    Rural youth who are looking for opportunities, Project Sanative is ready to train them and start their own living. 

  • SDG-8

    We pay decent wages to all our rural women for handcrafting the products. To be balance this we are never into collaboration with dealerss & distributors where the margins are offered to these and reduce the manufacturing costs. At same time we never bargain a single rupee to buy the crop from the farmers.

  • SDG-12


     We always procure our raw ingredients only in minimal quantities and only from direct farmers. So that there is no wastage due to spoilage of the ingredients.


     Nutreat ensures responsible production through "Pre-order" processing concept. We don't store a single tin or pack for future use. Any quantities left over will be sent as "freebie" on the same day.  


     We educate and encourage our customers to place minimum quantities that ensure freshness as well as no wastage of food. Also we guide them how can they recycle the packaging.

Economic and social progress over the last century has been accompanied by environmental degradation that is endangering the very systems on which our future development — indeed, our very survival — depends.

Mis-consumption and food wastage by few developed and developing countries is pushing many underdeveloped countries towards cursing edge called "food scarcity". Flipping lives towards hunger deaths and also provoking for increase in the crime rate and eating his own species.

How food wastage and disposal shows its impact on this world? What is really necessary to reduce or cutoff this mince? What is the role of developing and developed countries and their initiatives to help the other underdeveloped countries to get out of this pathetic and heart throbbing situations? 

Let's Listen

Marasmus, Kwashiorkor, Rickets,Night blindness,...etc. I guess you all have heard these fancywords related to carbohydrate, protein and various vitamins and mineral deficiencies respectively but this is only one side of the coin. On the other side it is really pathetic scenario nothing but starvation simply called " HUNGER "......"A little story on Food wastage by Dr.Ch.Sravanthy Sambasiva rao.