India must do more to ensure safety of free meals

07/18/2013 | Quartz

The recent school lunch poisoning and deaths of schoolchildren in the Indian state of Bihar is raising questions about how India will ensure safety under its proposed food-security program, writes Heather Timmons. "India’s finance minister, P. Chidambaram, assured reporters that almost all states were ready to implement the food program. Before India expands free meals to millions more, the government had better be sure he’s right," she argues.

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