ABOUT
JIVO WELLNESS

A
SIMPLE
SOLUTION
TO
HEALTHY
INDIA

A SOCIAL
ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Jivo Wellness was formed in September 2010 by establishing its first State of Art rotary EOP plant with a production capacity of over 1000 metric tonnes per month in Kundli, Haryana. The plant was inaugurated by Mr Gerry.Ritz (Agriculture minister of Canada) with an idea to serve humanity & to change the country’s nutritional attributes by introducing canola oil as a mother nature’s gift to mankind in India.

Presently Jivo is leading canola cooking oil brands in the category and also the largest importer & seller of canola oil at present.

After the USA, Canada, Japan, and Mexico, Canola Oil now been brought to India by Jivo Wellness. Most of America’s biggest restaurants use Canola Oil to provide culinary and healthy food to their customers and also to meet stringent quality health requirements. Even the world’s most popular processed food manufacturers have shifted to Canola Oil ever since Trans Fats were banned/regulated in those countries.

Jivo Wellness supports education, healthcare & social welfare of underprivileged rural poor, by building schools, hospitals & welfare centers in rural India. And commits profits from this product to be pledged to build value-based education institutions and health care centers for the rural poor.

A HOLY VISION OF A GREAT VISIONARY

Baba Iqbal Singh, Former Director, Agricultural (HP)

MISSION

A Simple Solution to healthy India. To provide robust health to everyone at the right price To inspire righteousness in the marketplace, happiness and cheer in the society by contributing and sharing our profits for the wellbeing of the society at large.

VISION

To work towards a better everyday health of the society by offering a wide range of Omega-3 & Healthy Wheatgrass products that everyone will be able to afford and gain from.

129 Schools,
3 Universities

1 Hospital
300 Patients Daily

Empowering 3500
Rural Women

BLESSINGS OF BARU SAHIB

Profits from our products are dedicated to empower rural poor through value-based education, healthcare and social welfare.