Auspice Social

Social innovation for food
2021 SEED Low Carbon Award Sustainable Agriculture New Delhi, India

Auspice Social’s source of income comes from marketing and selling 35 varieties of naturally dried culinary herbs, seasonings and spices. These products are available in selected stores in New Delhi and neighbouring areas, as well as on their website.

By purchasing one of their products, the customers provide an opportunity for gainful employment to someone with Autism and strengthen their ability to contribute to society.

Eco-inclusive Impacts

Auspice Social works for the inclusion of people with Autism in economic activities. They offer employment and provide skills development to persons with autism to produce food that is free from artificial colours, additives, preservatives, essences or MSG.
  • Providing skills development for people with autism to earn respectable livelihoods and avoid poverty
  • Increase understanding and acceptance of autism in the society


  • Offering products free from any artificial colours, additives, preservatives, essences or MSG
  • Ensuring product leftovers (stems, barks, dry leaves) are composted
  • Developing handcrafted products that ensure low CO2 emissions
  • Creating employment market for typically marginalised groups such as people with autism
  • Produced +500 units and stocks in 2 stores
  • Providing secure employment to 15 persons with autism



This enterprise is supported through its partnerships with various stakeholders, ranging from national and international organisations, investors, research institutes, suppliers, governmental bodies, NGOs, other social and environmental enterprises and more.

National Center for Autism and Auspice Social signed an MoU in 2019 to work collaboratively to create employment opportunities for adults with Autism.

Modern Bazaar Departmental Stores was the first store to stock their products. They have been connected with their cause and supported them at every step.

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