Vikas Khanna’s ‘Feed India’ initiative has fed around 50mn Indians during COVID

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Chef Vikas Khanna is up late most nights connecting with colleagues in India from his home on the east side of Manhattan, New York. The award-winning chef has been working across continents and time zones since April to organize what has become one of the world’s largest food drives.

So far, his “Feed India” initiative has fed around 50 million Indians who have struggled to provide for their families during the coronavirus pandemic.

India has the second-highest number of cases worldwide, behind the United States. As of October 12, more than seven million Indians had been infected with the virus and more than 108,000 had died.

The award-winning chef has been working across continents and time zones since April to organize what has become one of the world’s largest food drives which Khanna states as his greatest achievement to date.

Read Chef Vikas Khanna interview with CNN International here: Vikas Khanna, the Indian Michelin-star chef feeding millions from New York

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