“Under nutrition’~ or malnutrition, is a common enemy of poor people who suffers the most its harsh effects at large scale. Statistics published related to malnutrition are eye-opening. 2000 million people in more than 100 developing countries suffer from micro nutrient deficiencies that become the cause of many common diseases, blindness, mental retardation, and even death. 780 million people – 20% of the developing world are acutely undernourished. 367 million children mainly from Asia and Africa are victim to eat with less content of protein-energy food in which 190 million children are under five years of age. The overrunning problem of malnutrition crop production and eatable derivatives takes away the life of 40,000 children every day.