Railway May Cut Down On Quantity To Serve Quality Food In Trains.
Million Of Passenger Traveling Par Day One Place To Another Place. But Indian Railway Food Quality Is Very Poor Nowadays. So, Indian Railway Decide to Change Food Quality and Quantity.
Indian Railway Food Auditor auditing his Food Quality To Serve Good Quality And Quantity Food. Indian Railways Is Planning To Go For Quality Over Quantity, Starting With Premium Train Rajdhani and Shatabdi. The Food Difference Will Be Marked All Of 150Grams In The Terms Of Weight.
IRCTC Has Drawn Up a Proposal Under Which it Could take Items Such As Soup, BreadSticks, Butter, And Sandwiches Of The Plate. And Also Wants To Serve Full Meals Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian Rice Combos.
Railway Creating a Panel to Informe IRCTC,900 Grams Of Food Per Meal Against 750Gram In Normal Diet. IRCTC Getting Losses on it’s Catering Services RS.112/- Per PAssenger Meal Where The Actual Cost Of Full Meal has Rise To More Then RS.150/- Per Plate. A Senior Railway Minister Said That ” Maintaining Quality Has Become Difficult Because a Large Quality of Food Was Being Provided At Low Cost. These Measures Would Ensure That The Quality Of Food is Maintained”
A 2017 Auditing Report Said That The Food Quality of Train Is Not Meet The Desired Standards. So, IRCTC Proposed Cutting Down The Quantity of some Food.
“Irctc Has Sent Its Proposal To The Railway Board, The Top Decision-Make Body of The Indian Railways. Once Approved The New Services Will Be First Introduced In 27 Rajdhani And Shatabdi Trains”