In most countries, the amount of cooking oil you need to use in your cooking depends on your budget.
For example, in the United States, a medium-sized family can use up to 5 liters of cooking fuel per person per year.
In India, a family of four would need to eat 1,800 liters per person a year.
So the average American household uses between 200 liters and 800 liters in their cooking.
However, in some countries like China, the country with the most people in need of cooking, the minimum amount of fuel per individual per year is between 50 liters to 250 liters.
The situation in India, where the country has more than 3 billion people, is very different.
The average Indian household uses up to 500 liters or 200 litres of cooking fluid per person.
So an average Indian family would use about 1,500 liters for their meals a year, which would equate to about 1 liters, or about 0.9 per cent of their yearly intake.
The food and beverages industry is facing similar pressures.
There are a lot of people that need to be fed, and food is the biggest contributor to the country’s current food insecurity problem.
However in India the food sector is dominated by the private sector and there is not a lot that the government can do to improve the situation.
According to the Food Security Act, 2013, the government is responsible for providing adequate nutrition for its people.
But according to the food security guidelines of the government, the Food and Agriculture Ministry is responsible only for supplying adequate nutrition to farmers, and not for providing foodstuffs to the public.
There are a number of other laws in India that deal with food security, including the National Food Security Scheme, Food Security Laws and the Food Storage Laws.
These laws are supposed to provide basic support to the poor, and provide protection for farmers.
In practice, the food and agriculture ministry has not implemented them as it has no financial responsibility for food.
The government, however, is paying a lot more attention to food security.
The Indian Council of Agricultural Research has estimated that food security would increase by 10 per cent to 25 per cent over the next 15 years if these laws were implemented.
But it is not clear whether these government-imposed measures would actually improve the food situation for people in India.