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Jayprakash Shet

CEO | Founder, Iknowvations

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Is it possible to provide a healthy meal at Rs.5/- around 10 cents ?

Today we see lot of food wastage all around the world. At one end we see tons of food is wasted & at other we see millions of people sleep everyday without a good healthy meal. Can we bridge this huge gap ?

We are mass producing thousands of products to make them accessible to millions of people. why can't we do that in food sector , bring down the price & let it be available to needy hungry people all over the world ?

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    Apr 6 2013: .My answer
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    It is if:
    (1) The weather is good,
    (2) The invalid happiness is excluded.
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    (For details, see the 1st article, points 3,12(1), at
    https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=D24D89AE8B1E2E0D&id=D24D89AE8B1E2E0D%21283&sc=documents)
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      Apr 7 2013: Thanks for your input and article but frankly speaking I could not get any answer to my question. Can you please elaborate further ?
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        Apr 9 2013: Thanks. It is my pleasure!


        Our life goal is to keep our DNA alive
        (rather than for invalid happiness).

        Our eating is for this goal
        (rather than for invalid taste).

        We are instinctively herbivores
        (rather than carnivores or omnivores).
        Good weather makes vegetable food priced > USD0.10/meal.
        (e.g. in rural China)


        (link ibid)
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          Apr 9 2013: Good weather makes vegetable food priced > USD0.10/meal.. We are here to find how this can be sustained even if there is no good weather.

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