10th National Street Food Festival, a unique advocacy effort by the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI), will be presented by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) at the Eat Right Mela.
When you finally give into the temptation of having your favourite golgappa from that roadside vendor, how difficult do you find to swat aside concerns related to health and hygiene? Ever wished that you didn’t have to worry about this tradeoff? To change your perception of the mess associated with India’s wide variety of street-food items, the organisers of the 10th National Street Food Festival — integrated with the ‘Eat Right Mela’ — are here to tell you a different story.
The three-day event that kicks off on December 14 is being organised by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, in collaboration with the National Association of Street Vendors of India. It aims to bring vendors from 25 states to Delhi in an event where they can display their popular local street-food items and even learn entrepreneurship and hope for a regular customer base.