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Vision Food Security and Safety to Stability

Food safety and security one of the biggest problems grappling low-income groups in India today. And ensuing the recently concluded World Food Safety day, it becomes more imperative than ever before to focus on “unfulfilled” hunger while reflecting on measures to bridge the gaping hole in the system so that we can indeed boast of India’s march on the path of development. While it may seem like an insurmountable challenge, I firmly believe that with concerted efforts and a focus on food safety, we can pave the way for a brighter future where no incident of hunger goes untreated and no soul goes hungry! In a country as diverse as India, where a rich tapestry of cultures, traditions, and cuisines intertwine, food safety plays a pivotal role in ensuring the well-being of our citizens. It is disheartening to acknowledge that millions of people in our country struggle to access safe and nutritious food on a daily basis. Agreed, that the consequences of unsafe food are far-reaching but the lack of access to food can have far detrimental effects. While our mission has been to eradicate hunger by addressing its root causes, our core efforts have always been to bridge nutritional gaps among disadvantaged communities by supplying food that is nutrition-dense, safe and healthy. We firmly believe that ensuring food safety is an essential component of our journey towards achieving this audacious goal. 

By focusing on food safety, we can safeguard the health and well-being of our citizens while empowering them to break free from the clutches of hunger. However, one of the primary challenges we face is the lack of education about safe food practices with many being ignorant of the perils associated with unsafe food. Reusing of oil, mishandling of food are often some of the regular problems facing the community, we at every step have initiated and propagated robust educational programs that educate communities about safe food handling, storage, and preparation technique s . By empowering individuals with knowledge, we empower them to make informed choices and safeguard their own health.

With collaboration posing as the corners tone of this hungerelimination programme, we have partnered with food experts that design our ration kits to ensure a healthy and nutritious supply of food especially where safety remains a looming concern. Innovation plays a pivotal role in addressing complex challenges such as hunger and food safety and our digital-always approach has enabled us to scale efforts by forging synergies between beneficiaries and donors to create an endless cycle of food-distribution and empowerment. However, i t i s cruci a l to acknowledge that our efforts cannot be limited to short-term interventions. We must strive for long-term sustainability by addressing systemic issues that perpetuate hunger and compromise food safety. This includes advocating for policies that promote equitable access to food, supporting sustainable agricultural practices, and fostering collaborations between farmers, producers, and consumers. On the occasion of Food Safety Day, let us reaffirm our commitment to a hunger-free India. Each one of us has a role to play in this collective endeavour. Whether it is supporting local farmers, minimizing food waste, or promoting safe food practices in our communities, every action counts. Together, we can create a future where no child, woman, or man in our beloved nation goes to bed hungry. Remember, food safety is not just a responsibility; it is a right that every citizen of deserves. And it is our duty to pass on our privileges to the lesseradvantaged communities to transform safety and security into food stability.

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