Feb 102014

delhi street foods

Come May, you won’t have to think twice before digging into that lip-smacking aloo chaat while out on the town. Eight ‘safe’ street food zones are being developed in the Capital where vendors will be required to adhere to strict hygiene standards.

According to the report, The ‘safe’ zones will be in Chandni Chowk, Sarojini Nagar, Karol Bagh, New Delhi Railway Station, Paharganj, Nizamuddin, Tilak Nagar and Krishna Nagar.

Nearly 2,000 vendors are being trained by the National Association of Street Vendors of India (Nasvi) in these markets. “Each vendor will have to wear an apron and gloves and follow proper guidelines.

Contributed By Sonia Narula

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