STREET FODD VENDOR HAS A HEART

Heart

FSSAI in association with National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) aims to launch a food donation drive by street food vendors to initiate the sense of food sharing among food businesses.
 The campaign will be initiated during; National Street Food Festival being held 12th to 14th January 2018.
 Street food vendors across Delhi will donate every 10th meal being sold to the IFSA network for feeding the needy.
 The entire campaign will be managed using IFSA web and mobile basted platform where food being collected donated will also be tracked.
 Gradually, this campaign will be launched across various cities of India.

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