ZOHO CEO Sridhar Vembu Sounds Alarm on Chemicals in Food

ZOHO CEO Sridhar Vembu
ZOHO CEO Sridhar Vembu

Singapore has banned the use of Everest Company's fish curry masala due to high levels of the pesticide ethyl oxide. ZOHO's CEO, Sridhar Vembu, has expressed concern about the increasing use of chemicals and pesticides in our food products that could potentially harm human beings.

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He criticized the industrialized agriculture system that accumulates damage to our health and the environment by mixing harmful chemicals and pesticides in our food. He warned that if we don't respect the farmers who grow our food, take care of our soil and water, and keep drilling deeper for water, we will eventually destroy ourselves as a species. 

Sridhar also emphasized the need to respect those who grow our food and to connect back with nature, suggesting that we should live in harmony with nature. He pointed out that the increasing number of fertility hospitals in Tamil Nadu could be a result of our disregard for the environment and the quality of our food. He urged everyone to reflect on how we can protect our soil, water, and our environment for a better future.