"Spurred by agricultural innovation and generous farm subsidies, India now grows so much food that it has a bigger grain stockpile than any country except China, and it exports some of it to countries like Saudi Arabia and Australia." Despite this, 21% of population does not get enough to eat. The stockpile, as of May 2012, is 71 million tons of wheat and rice, which is 20% more than in 2011 (cited later on in article).
Source: Vikas Bajaj, "A Failed Food System in India Prompts an Intense Review." New York Times. Jun. 7, 2012. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/08/business/global/a-failed-food-system-i... [verified 4/25/14]