|State Location||Type of kitchen||Year of Establishment||Number of Children||Number of Schools|
|Ahmedabad||Centralised Kitchen||July 2014||121,508||666|
|Vadodara||Centralised Kitchen||November 2009||113,593||616|
|Surat||Centralised Kitchen||June 2012||165,057||371|
The mid day meal in Gujarat is served through three centralised kitchens. The Vadodara kitchen was established first in 2009, followed by Surat in 2012, and most recently by Ahmedabad in 2014. The three kitchens together feed over four lakh children in 1,653 schools every day. All three kitchens are equipped with roti making machines capable of cooking up to 40,000 rotis (Indian flatbread) per hour! The mid day meal menu in Gujarat includes nutritious food like roti, rice, khichdi (lentils and rice), dal (lentil curry) and vegetable preparations.