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Bhutan has a diverse, stunning topography, a vast wealth of ecosystems and indigenous plants, herbs, and unique agricultural products. Having emerged as largely isolated and remote communities, Bhutanese recipes are immensely diverse. Traditional agricultural practices, the pristine environment, clean mountain spring water, fertile soil free from pesticides, and the indigenous knowledge passed down generations make Bhutanese products unique, flavourful, natural and wholesome.
More than half of the Bhutanese population are farmers, who till the land or rear livestock. The farming communities of Bhutan are the repositories of Bhutan’s agricultural wealth, but a major portion of the nation’s poverty is prevalent in rural Bhutan. Agricultural farming has largely been subsistence-based, which is gradually being geared towards commercial farming. The access to market and capacity constraints, however, has been the main bottlenecks for communities to prosper.
The One Gewog, One Product (OGOP) initiative of the Queen’s Project Office, is modeled on the One Tambon, One Product (OTOP) of Thailand, and borrows from its best practices. OGOP aims to boost the local economy and strengthen rural communities, by providing support for value addition of local produce, packaging and market access. It seeks to identify at least one authentic Bhutanese product from each Gewog, finds and plugs the gaps in their value chains and develops high-quality products for both domestic and international markets. Each product chosen to be marketed by OGOP comes from local artisans and a community of farmers, who have received support to grow high-quality crops.
Every item has been selected carefully, and processed with age-old wisdom combined with state-of-the-art techniques, to bring you Bhutanese products of the highest quality.
At OGOP, every product represents a local farmer or artisan, their families and communities that define our heritage and the Bhutanese way of life. OGOP acts as a platform to connect customers with products that meet high standards of authenticity and local sourcing, with credibility and assured quality, while directly benefitting the livelihoods of local farmers and artisans.
Honey is produced seasonally in Bhutan and has a pleasantly sweet taste and aroma. It is considered one of the most natural and pure, as bees forag...View full details
This is a product from Toebia Gewog, made from pure organic tea leaf extracts. Instruction: Pour boiling water over a tea placed in a cup and allow...View full details
This special type of Honey is extracted from the high altitudes of Bhutan. This particular honey is extracted from the Haa valley which is approxim...View full details
Bhutan's big cardamom has a fresh and aromatic aroma which is complex in nature. It can be described as slightly sweet, floral and spice having cit...View full details
Pure Black natural sesame seed oil from Bhutan Produce of Nichula Gewog, Lhamoizingkha Dungkhag, Dagana Dzongkhag How to take Sesame Oil?Sesame oil...View full details
Guava fruit helps improve the sodium and potassium balance of the body, thereby regulating blood pressure in patients with hypertension. Guavas als...View full details
Spread it on toast, bagels, muffins, and anything else you want to add a burst of sweetness to Elevate your cheese, yogurt, or other dairy product...View full details
Kidney beans are grown in Drujeygang, Dagana. Kidney beans are naturally produced in eastern Bhutan and an important part of the local cuisine. Th...View full details
Papaya candy Ingredient: papaya Product of Bhutan We also offer the following confectionaries: Guava Candy Maize Cookies Amla sweet candy Buckwhea...View full details
Wild apple candy Product of Bhutan We also offer the following confectionaries: Guava Candy Maize Cookies Amla sweet candy Buckwheat cookies Papay...View full details