From the beginning


Our roots



Almora is an important district of the Kumaun Division. This district is considered as cultural centre of the Kumaun. It's a source of all kinds of grains, fruits, vegetables, spices and flowers. Large quantities of rice, lentil, walnut and potatotes are produced here. 



 Bageshwar the land of Lord Shankar is of great religious, historic and political significance. Situate in the western Himalayan region, it mainly produces grains, pules and vegetables. Major crops produced here are rice, finger millet (ragi), soyabean and potatotes. 



Chamoli is a beautiful town nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand. It is perched at an elevation of 1300 metres above sea level. It predominantly produces oilseeds, pulses and cereals. Amongst them, major crops are kidney beans, jhingora and finder millet(ragi).



The capital city of Uttarakhand has great diversity in agri production due to multiple agro-climatic zones. Significant quantities of rice, amaranth, spiked millet (bajra), green gram and tur are produced in this region. 



This district is situated at the confluence of river Alaknanda and Mandakini (both tributaries of river Ganga). Due to its extremely fertile land, it produces all categories of crops. Its major produce includes soybean, lentils, brown rice and finger millet(ragi).



Pithoragarh district shares its boundaries with China and Nepal. Situated at an altitude of 1645 meters above the sea level, resilient farmers cultivate a variety of crops like cereals, vegetables, spices and fruits. Amongst these, good quantities of pears, turmeric, potato and maize are cultivated here.



The Land of Pauri Garhwal is blessed with splendid view of snow-bound peaks of Himalayas, dense forests and a rich culture. The region is rich in the cultivation of cereals, vegetables, spices and fruits. In this region, sawa millet, barley, ginger and potatoes are produced in plenty.



The district of Tehri Garhwal is one of the western most districts of the Uttarakhand State located on the outer ranges of the mid Himalayas. Due to it's size and climate, foodgrains, oilseeds, cereals and pulses are grown here. Amongst these, good quantities of gram, wheat, barnyard millet and rapeseed are clutivated here. 



With spectacular hilly terrain, stunning natural beauty and ancient temples, district Uttarkashi is a famous tourist destination. Amidst this hilly terrain, resilient farmers produce large quantities of tomatoes, wheat, honey, apples and black gram are produced here.

No middlemen

Straight from himalayas to your home

Our products do not involve any middlemen for procurement and distribution. Every element of supply chain is managed by the farmers.

Supported By IFAD

International Fund for Agricultural Development

HILANS is distributing essential commodities & livelihood collectives set up with the IFAD assistance is ensuring ongoing processing of agricultural & horticultural produce.