How 2 Million Children Are Fed Daily By The World’s Biggest Free School Meal Provider | Big Batches

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The Akshaya Patra Foundation has provided 3 billion free school meals and is one of India’s largest nongovernmental organizations. It prepares freshly cooked food and nutritious meals for 2 million children every day in 65 kitchens across 14 states and two union territories in India. We visited one of its mega kitchens in Bangalore to see how cooks produce 75,000 meals in under four hours.

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How 1.8 Million Children Are Fed Daily By The World’s Biggest Free School Meal Provider In India

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