Organic foods are the ones which are derived from organic farming. organic farming is a method where the crops are raised on a piece of land with the use of organic namely crop animal and farm waste compost green manure and other biological materials along with bio-fertilizers. They are used in order to maintain essential nutrients of soil and help in sustainable production in an eco-friendly environment. Food and Agriculture Organization defines organic farming as a unique production management system which promotes and enhances agroecosystem health, including biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. Organic farming can be carried out by various out by various agronomical method. These on-form methods are distinct from conventional agriculture. Organic farming has a very high potential in hilly areas and can become a game changer in North-Eastern region. At a time when Genetically Modified crops are making forays into the agriculture sector, it is imperative to weigh its pros and cons against organic produce. Organic production systems are based on specific and precise standards of production which aim at achieving optimal agroecosystems which are socially, ecologically and economically sustainable. The Indian Government has taken a number of initiatives to boost organic farming in India. National Project on Organic Farming is aa continuing Central Sector Scheme since 10th Five Year Plan. Planning Commission approved the scheme as pilot project for the remaining two and a half years of 10th Five-year Plan. This scheme is continuing till the end of 12th Five-year Plan. Government is promoting production of organic crops. Fruits and vegetables etc. through various schemes viz National Horticulture Mission, for North-East and Himalayan States, Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana. The government is also promoting organic farming by providing incentives to cultivators of organic food products and providing organic farming certification to a group of farming on nominal cost. The government is also promoting organic farming by providing incentives to cultivators of organic products and providing organic farming certification to a group of farmers on nominal cost. In this way, government aims to cover 5 lakh acres in 3 years with 10000 clusters. The scheme will raise farmer's income and create potential market for traders. It will also provide incentives to farmers for natural resources mobilization. Any river plan across the world has a very high potential for generating organic inputs. India, because of its diverse climate and low input cost of materials is a fertile ground for organic farming. Preservation of soil health by employing farm waste, animal's husbandry waste, domestic biodegradable waste is the thrust of the scheme.