what is the contribution of Grain Banks

Q- What is the contribution of Grain Banks?

Answer- Grain Banks are the shops or stocks where food grains were sold to poor people in affordable price. There are several cooperatives which were working to prevent food insecurity in India. 

Some of the main or popular cooperatives which are still running successfully are as follows:

1. Mother Dairy: Mother Dairy was started in Delhi. This cooperative is working to provide milk and vegetables daily to the consumer at the affordable rate price.

2. Amul: Amul is started in Gujarat. Amul is working to provide milk as well as several milk products to people at affordable price. It is also a very popular and successful cooperative of Gujarat, India. 

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