When Is the Tuna Process Ready for Consumption?

A plant in India is preparing tuna for export, but there’s a catch: there’s no tuna to eat.

The plant in the city of Gorakhpur, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, is one of the largest in India.

The tuna is being processed in huge tanks, a process that’s expected to take about two years.

The company, called Tuna Processing Plant, is owned by the Indian government and is the largest tuna processing facility in the country.

But the state’s food security has been deteriorating for decades, and the government is under pressure to get the process off the ground as soon as possible.

The facility employs about 30,000 people and has the capacity to process about 300 million tonnes of tuna a year.

Tuna is one reason India is the world’s second-largest exporter of tuna after China.

But in recent years, the country has been grappling with food insecurity.

The country consumes more than 1.5 million tonnes a year, and its current rate of consumption is about 10 percent of its pre-global economic boom years.

Tyson Foods, the biggest tuna producer in the world, has struggled to keep up with demand.

The food giant has been working hard to increase its production, but it is struggling to meet demand as it does not have enough workers.

A recent government survey showed that food prices have jumped sharply in the past two years, with prices for staples like pulses and rice rising by about 15 percent, as well as vegetables and fruit.

The increase in prices has been blamed on the collapse of the rupee against the U.S. dollar.

Towards the end of 2016, the state government announced it would raise prices for some basic commodities, like pulses.

The government has been forced to ration the amount of food it sells to the people, with the aim of helping those in dire circumstances.

The government is also trying to expand its food security program.

It has launched a new food subsidy program that has been dubbed the Food Security Fund.

The program is designed to help farmers in dire need of food by providing them with free rice and other basic commodities.

The Food Security Program is being implemented by a private company called National Rural Health Cooperative Ltd.

The new subsidy scheme is aimed at helping farmers with rice and vegetables.

However, according to officials, the scheme has only been implemented in Gorakhpura, which is about 80 kilometers (50 miles) from the city.

The project is still in the planning stages, and officials in Gorakpur say they are still in discussions with the government on its implementation.

Experts say the government needs to move quickly to tackle food insecurity in India, which accounts for about 10% of the country’s gross domestic product.

The world’s third-largest economy is facing its first food crisis since the global financial crisis.

In the first half of this year, the food crisis caused widespread food shortages across the world.

The crisis has left millions of people without access to basic needs.

Food banks and food distribution networks are struggling to provide food to people who cannot afford to buy it.

India’s food insecurity has worsened over the past decade.

The number of food insecure households grew from 4.8 million in 2015 to 7.4 million in 2016, according the World Bank.

Food insecurity has been a major factor behind the global economic downturn, with some economists saying that the country was already facing a food crisis when it was still recovering from the financial crisis of 2008.

In addition, India has a relatively high unemployment rate of around 11 percent.