Hunger is malnutrition affecting millions of people across regions and continents. Man has always been concerned for sufficient food for survival. Despite agricultural green revolution of late 20th century and agro-technological advancements of 21st century, over 815 million people around the globe are suffering from hunger. 14 million children under the age of five suffer from severe acute malnutrition. People die every day due to a lack of food while some die due to obesity and being overweight. Combating hunger is not only about intake of a particular amount of calories per day but it is also associated with nutritiously beneficial food. Therefore, the biggest challenge is to enhance the quality and quantity of food.