By getting pregnant and then having children, Subramaniam is well aware of the dangers of fertilization.
But he’s not in the business of saving the world.
The 57-year-old founder and CEO of the global company B.k.
Subsramanian is now a staunch advocate of fertilizing women who want children.
He and his team of fertilizers, pesticides and fertilizers experts are taking their business public by offering fertility drugs that are made from organic cotton, organic soybeans, biodegradable plastic and recycled paper.
“When you get pregnant, you don’t want to have any unwanted chemicals in your system, so I recommend that you get the best of the two,” said Subramani, a former vice president of Tata Group and founder of Subramania Infertility Products Ltd., which he co-founded in 2010.
He said his fertilizers are made with 100 per cent organic cotton that is made in the U.S. and organic soybean that is organic in India.
His products also come with the organic biodegradeable paper, a durable plastic that can be recycled and biodegrades into plastic.
“It’s all recycled.
I don’t need any chemicals, and I want my products to be as eco-friendly as possible,” said the former Tata Group CEO, who retired from Tata Sons in January.”
You need to do it in a way that you’re comfortable with.
If you’re going to go out and get an expensive drug, I suggest you buy organic cotton because you’ll save money on that too,” he said.
Submaraniam said that if a woman wants a baby, she should get the fertilizers she wants.
The fertilizers also come in two varieties: organic cotton and organic cotton seeds.
Organic cotton seeds have less pesticide residue than the organic cotton fertilizers that the company makes, he said, but organic cotton also is cheaper.
The seeds can be purchased in stores for around $2.50 each.
Subramani said the fertilizer industry is not as saturated as it used to be, but it has seen a rapid increase in the number of products available.
The number of fertilizer companies has more than tripled since 2010.
“In India, there are more than 30 companies producing fertilizers and pesticides and they are producing a lot of them,” he added.
“In the last six months, we’ve been able to get about 2,500 products out of them.
I want to be very clear that I am not promoting the products,” he continued.
“We’re not going to take any risks.
We are only going to give it a chance to work for you.
I hope it works.”
The company is currently working on a new product, called Pangi Pang, that he said is a natural product.
The company is also working on new fertilizers for women who have been sterilized.
“The company has started trials with a small group of women in Mumbai.
We have a trial going for the whole city of Mumbai.
It will be in five to seven weeks,” he explained.
Taslima Bose, a clinical research fellow at the University of Toronto and a co-founder of B.c.
Subtramanian’s company, has also been working on fertility treatments.
She says the fertilizing and fertilizing-drug companies are on the same page.
“Both companies have the same vision of how to make a healthy, happy and productive world for women and children,” she said.
She said that while the companies are not going out of business, there is a growing awareness among the general public about the benefits of fertilized eggs.
Bose says the companies will have a better understanding of how fertilizers work and how to use them in the future.
“They have an eye on the future,” she added.