We make sure that they contain a fair amount of multigrain (like maize, jowar, millet, rice, and wheat) paired with a combination of pulses so that they aren’t deprived of their daily dosage of carbohydrates and protein. For lunch and dinner, there are usually four dishes of rice, wheat, sweet khesha dishes and snacks each will be served. These recipes will be served to the consumer as one meal so that a combination of nutrients from rice, wheat, sweet and salt is consumed by the consumer.
Similarly, for breakfast, consumers may pick from any three items from Savaiya, Poha, Upma and Idli Sambhar. This will give the consumer complete breakfast and food and they will be fully satisfied. This programme by Jeevan Sambhal strives to eliminate hunger and provide the necessary nutrients to people in need.