Fighting malnutrition in India

Malnutrition refers to when a person’s diet does not provide enough nutrients or the right balance of nutrients for optimal health.
We all have to work towards ensuring that the least number of our people go hungry due to multiple factors such as low income, improper dietary choices, access to food and many such issues.

State of nutrition in India

Government Initiatives

ICDS (Integrated Child Development Scheme) is today the largest community based outreach programme for holistic early child development.
It is a crucial link between disadvantaged communities both the primary health care and education systems.
ICDS scheme is a pioneer scheme taking care of the welfare of the Mother and Child. ICDS is the foremost symbol of India’s commitment to her children.

Mid-day meal (MDM) is a wholesome freshly-cooked lunch served to children in government and government-aided schools in India.
MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME AIMS TO: avoid classroom hunger, increase school enrolment, increase school attendance, improve socialization among castes, address malnutrition, empower women through employment.

How we plan to tackle this menace

We have created small, easy-to-use pouches for direct feeding to kids, mothers and anybody desiring a nutrient-rich snack, which isn’t heavy on the pocket. Inside the pack, we provide a delicious snack that is made of nuts, milk extracts, herbs, chocolate flavor, multi-grains, and loads of love.
We plan to work along with our government agencies and NGOs to provide these pouches, to reach maximum beneficiaries and support them. Our work aims at giving people access to the basic human needs of a good nutritive diet.

Benefits of our product:
Ready to eat (on-the-go)
25 Gms Protein
30+ Nutrients
Strict Quality & Quality control
Long shelf life of 4 months
Fast acting
Locally produced

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