The World Street Food Congress is being organized by the Makansutra, a Singapore-based street food promotion company, which asked the National Association of Street Vendors of India to send a delegation to the world-famous street food festival with the best Indian street culinary items.
The Six street food vendors who had participated in recently concluded World Street Food Congress were part of an eight member NASVI delegation, led by Head, Street Food Programs Sangeeta Singh.
Alongside the nine day long international street food carnival, the World Street Food Dialogue has also taken place in Singapore from 8-11 April.
Addressing the dialogue on the theme of Empower, Engage and Enterprise for street food vendors across countries, NASVI Head of Street Food Program Mrs. Sangeeta Singh said, “ World has tremendous potential in street food vending and the advocacy efforts are on to influence government to tap the potentials”. She talked about the Street Vendors Act, NASVI Struggle and legislative developments taking place in India in favour of street vendors.