Hello Curry ties up with IRCTC
Hello Curry, the city-based startup in fast food restaurant space, has announced partnership with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) for supplying its food products to rail passengers.
The partnership will allow the startup to supply food to rail passengers
Hyderabad: Hello Curry, the city-based startup in fast food restaurant space, has announced partnership with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) for supplying its food products to rail passengers.
Initially, Hello Curry menu will be available for all the passengers boarding different trains at Secunderabad station. However, plans are afoot to extend this service to passengers boarding from Delhi, Bangalore, Vizag and Pune, very soon. Passengers can order Hello Curry food at IRCTC website ecatering.irctc.co.in.
“A majority of rail passengers do not have the time or the means to carry food for their journey duration. They are dependent on the options provided by local providers who vend fried snacks and/or confectionery that replace their lunch/dinner while on the train,” said Raju Bhupati, Founder & CEO, Hello Curry.
With Hello Curry selling Biryanis and parathas with our array of curry pots in our award-winning packaging, passengers now have access to complete Indian meals on the train, he added.
Hello Curry offers very simple, easily manageable, no-spill fast Indian food and is the answer to an increasing demand for snack-type fast food, delivered to customer’s doorstep in 30 minutes from the time of order.
“Associating with IRCTC is always the dream and I am glad that we have signed up to provide the best meal options to all of those millions of passengers,” he maintained.
IRCTC founded by Ministry of Railways handles catering and tourism functions for the Indian Railways. It also has the country’s largest online ticketing platform. Hello Curry, set up in 2014 in the city, has been rated among the top five fast-growing startups in India.
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