1) Along with the government , cooperatives are also playing an important role in ensuring food security in India , especially in the southern and western parts of the country.
2) The cooperative societies set up shops to sell low-priced goods to the poor.
3) Out of all fair-price shops running in Tamil Nadu , around 94 percent are being run by cooperatives.
4) Mother Dairy , in Delhi , is involved in providing milk and vegetables at controlled rates decided by the government.
5) Amul , responsible for White Revolution in India , is a cooperative involved in providing milk and milk products.
6) The Academy of Development Science (ADS) in Maharashtra has involved in the setting up of Grain Banks in different regions.It organises training and capacity building programmes on food security for NGOs.Its effort are also directed towards influencing the government's policy on food security.
7) Thus , through these examples , it can be seen that cooperative are playing an active role in the distribution of food and related items.