How Indian cafe that serves natural health drinks and soups inspired dozens of others to open


In the small town of Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu, India, the kitchen in a small café Thaai Vali Iyarkai Unavagam (translated as Natural Food, Mother’s Way) is opened up at daily at 4am. It will serve healthy soups, juices and foods as nourishment and healing remedies to up to 400 patrons a day. They include schoolchildren, diabetics, women with hair loss, arthritis sufferers and others.

Ten women work relentlessly to meet the demand, under the guidance of 59-year-old shop owner Maran G. When his…



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