ISKCON Food Relief Foundation

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ISKCON Food Relief Foundation (IFRF), also known as Annamrita, is a Food for Life organisation that operates in India.[1]

Annamrita operates the Mid-Day Meal programme, providing nutritious cooked meals to students in Municipal and Government aided schools, free of charge. Annamrita serves Mid Day Meals in 7 states of India through 20 ISO certified hi-tech kitchens.[2]

The daily Mid-Day Meal, consists of nutritious varieties of khichdi, pulav, dal rice, sheera, idli, sabzi roti.


In 2004, the IFRF served meals to 900 children daily. As of 2017, the foundation runs 20 mid-day meal centres that cook and deliver free lunch to nearly 7000 schools nationwide.


  1. ^ Annamrita Website
  2. ^ FAQ, Midday Meal Project

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