Food regulation in India is commonly termed as a \'necessary evil\' by restaurateurs, as they know regulation is good to improve quality and standardise Indian food to match up with international standards.
Serving food in a restaurant is important but serving them in healthy format is more crucial. Combination of these two factors gives food connoisseurs a feel of good taste without compromising on hygiene.
The home delivery segment in Indian restaurant is evolving with greater people choosing to order through phones and internet options. And the segment is estimated to grow at 30-40% over the next five years.
With food being one of the main markets of elaborate opportunities, the international brands are giving much attention to the regulations and legalities in a bid to deliver high class, globally acclaimed products to their fussy Indian counterparts.