Kerala is known for its delicious and nutritious curry.
It’s a place that has long served as the epicentre of India’s cooking, and the curry is one of the country’s most popular dishes.
But this year, the city is being rocked by a wave of food poisoning cases that has shaken up the traditional culinary scene.
In Kerala, the countrys oldest state, authorities are facing a growing food safety crisis that could lead to a repeat of the pandemic of coronavirus.
The country’s capital, Kochi, was hit with a coronaviruses outbreak in January that forced the state government to shut down the city’s eateries.
In Kerala, food and drink establishments have been forced to shut or close.
Many restaurants have gone into the hands of people who cannot afford to pay the rent.
Food is the mainstay of Kerala’s culinary scene, and people here have been known to use fresh ginger, chilli and other spices to make the dishes, which are popularly known as curry.
However, the spice used in this curry is not fresh.
In recent weeks, fresh ginger has been blamed for a surge in the number of coronivirus cases.
The city has seen a spike in coronaviral cases since January, with nearly 60 deaths reported, according to the state health department.
People in the city have reported that their curry recipes have changed since the outbreak began.
According to Kerala health department official Sanjiv Muthukumar, people have started using curry powder that is made from fresh ginger rather than fresh ginger powder that has been used in other versions of the dish.
“The new curry powder is made of fresh ginger.
The fresh ginger is more potent than the powder that comes from the garden, which is less effective,” Muthuturur told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
In addition, many Kerala residents have reported symptoms of coronvirus, including fever, nausea and vomiting.
Some residents have even died.
The city has been on high alert since the beginning of the year.
The state government has been mobilising its forces to fight the outbreak.
The state government is also sending troops to help local authorities control the spread of the coronavides, and has deployed a team of experts to monitor food supply chains in the state.
The food safety situation has been brought under control, but there are still many problems to be solved.
For instance, how to distribute the fresh ginger in a dish?
And where can people buy fresh ginger for their curry?
“There are many things that need to be addressed in order to prevent food poisoning,” Mutur said.
“This is an endemic problem and it needs to be tackled in a holistic way.”