Kerala has emerged as one of the fastest-growing regions in the country, and now Kerala Cooperative Extension has been entrusted with managing and improving the Kerala food production system, which is a big step forward for the state.
The cooperative is currently looking for additional staff to improve the efficiency of the operations of the Cooperative Extension, which will help it meet its goals of raising the productivity of Kerala’s food production and cutting down the use of food waste.
“We are happy to have been entrusted by the Government of Kerala with the task of supporting the cooperative extension in improving the quality of Kerala food.
We are confident that the cooperative will have a big impact on the quality and quantity of food in Kerala,” said G P Achuthanandan, Executive Director of the cooperative.
The Kerala Cooperative extension has already established a food distribution centre at the Kerala Cooperative Institute of Development in Kerala.
The Cooperative Extension works with farmers to obtain and deliver the essential foodstuffs like wheat, pulses, pulses and cereals to consumers in Kerala, and in this way, the cooperative aims to achieve the highest level of food production in Kerala for all.
The cooperative works on a day-to-day basis to ensure the food supply to consumers.