Humanitarian! This restaurant in Kochi installs public fridge where people can leave food for poor

Kochi (Kerala): In Kochi, a restaurant has come up with a brilliant idea to help the poor people by installing a public fridge outside it, where people can leave food for the homeless and those just needing a little helping hand.

Humanitarian! This restaurant in Kochi installs public fridge where people can leave food for poor

Pappada Vada restaurant named the fridge “Nanma Maram“. It is located at Kaloor Kathrikadavu road, Kochi, works 24/7 and everybody can access the fridge, both to take and to bring food.

Apart from this, on a daily basis, Pappada Vada restaurant, as per the reports, will stock the fridge with 50 food packets for the homeless. Homeless people and those struggling to buy food can take food items from the refrigerator.

The restaurant will take care of the cost and operation of Nanma Maram.

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Residents of Kochi are requested by Pappada Vada to bring their excess food to Nanma Maram.

However, there is only one condition-the food must be neatly packed and fresh. The restaurant is not only aiming to reduce the unnecessary wastage of food but wants that those in need will not have to starve.

Minu Pauline is the founder of Pappada Vada.