India will do well to start an intense campaign to plant coconut, moringa (drumstick), jackfruit and avocado trees across the country. Except for coconut, these will go grow everywhere and go a long way in addressing our nutrition crisis.
Technology is coming to the rescue of humans to fight the new food security challenges we face.
Good intentioned government intervention in the markets by licensing of production, has always resulted in long term damage. All that it has done is to create unwanted market distortions and crony economies.
I believe that the government policy approach to enhance farm incomes and decongest cities is doomed to fail. Ila Patnaik and Radhika Pandey write that the government is encouraging rural youth to stay in the villages.
Kerala will deliver free food to the homes of bedridden people. It will also make food available at Rs 25 (40 US Cents) to others at 1000 kitchens all over the state. Other states would do well to emulate the most developed state in the country. https://www.thenewsminute.com/article/food-bedridden-meals-rs-25-kerala-budget-promises-hunger-free-state-117712