Chef Ranveer Brar about ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’
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Chef Ranveer Brar had recently created awareness about ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’ for helping two causes through one action.

Ranveer Brar had recently created awareness about Farm to Table Relief Fund the initiative taken by Alex Sanchez, Chef and Owner of Americano and Ruchi Jain, Founder of Taru Naturals. Ranveer Brar conveyed his concerns for the condition of small farmers during the lockdown. He had also mentioned briefly about the working of the ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’, while he urged to donate them.

About the post shared by Ranveer Brar for creating awareness about ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’:-

Ranveer Brar had recently created awareness about the initiative taken by Alex Sanchez, Chef and Owner of Americano and Ruchi Jain, Founder of Taru Naturals. He had shared a post with 3 pictures about the ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’ while conveying the condition of small farmers. 

He had conveyed that “Small farmers are the backbone of our country. We stand together in support of farmers. Today they need our help.” Ranveer Brar had further stated to help create awareness of ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’ for farmers and donate towards their fundraiser. He had further mentioned on how the initiative works by supporting two causes with one action. 

How the ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’ works? Mentioned by Ranveer Brar:-

The ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’ works on two causes, one which small farmers are facing with the struggle of transport and selling their goods. The second cause is they help the daily wage earners which have been struggling for essentials. 

Ranveer Brar had mentioned about it and further stated “Help break the vicious cycle of ample harvest + no demand + loans. He had further mentioned that the volunteers of the initiative purchase directly a kit containing food items for Rs 650. Ranveer Brar further mentioned these kits are distributed among at-risk communities. 

The ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’ purchases a kit with 5kg of wheat, 2kg of rice, 3kg of Dal, ½ litre oil and ½ kg vegetable at a fair trade market rate. They also make the arrangement of transport and with the help of BMC volunteers they distribute the kits to the needy in Bombay. 

He had stated this one kit is capable of feeding a family of 4 for a time period of 2 weeks. The fundraiser for the ‘Farm to Table Relief Fund’ has been set up on the Ketto fundraising platform. Ranveer Brar at the end stated “A simple action can go a long way.”  

Parita bheda
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