Following this, the Kochi Corporation has set up five community kitchens in the city, namely at North Town Hall, the corporation’s Edappally Office, Community Centre near Vyttila Ponnurunni Temple, Mattanchery Town Hall and Palluruthy Community Hall.
Currently, the corporation community kitchens distribute lunch comprising rice, sambar, thoran, rasam and pickle for over 3,000 people.
So, we decided to commence community kitchens along the same concept.
These community kitchens comprise six to 10 Kudumbashree workers.
While there are presently 60 such community kitchens across Kochi, Kudumbashree had kicked off the chain by starting small-scale kitchens in Kottuvally, Chengamanad, Vengola panchayats and a Kudumbashree people’s eatery in Tripunithura on Thursday itself.
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