150 railway stations achieve ‘Eat Right Station’ certification from FSSAI

According to the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), approximately 150 railway stations throughout the nation have been approved as ‘Eat Right Stations.’ This certification is a critical component of FSSAI’s Eat Right Movement, which aims to promote safe, sanitary, and nourishing food choices in various settings such as colleges, institutions, workplaces, and even hospitals.

As of today, 150 railway stations throughout the country have been designated as ‘Eat Right Stations’ ensuring that millions of passengers have access to safe, hygienic, and nutritious food choices.

The ‘Eat Right Station’ certification process involves rigorous audits of food handlers, adherence to strict hygiene and sanitation protocols, and efforts to raise awareness among individuals to make informed food choices.

Stations that have been certified as ‘Eat Right Stations’ include railway stations in New Delhi, Varanasi, Kolkata, Ujjain, Ayodhya Cantt, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Kozhikode, Guwahati, Vishakhapatnam, Bhubaneshwar, Vadodara, Mysuru city and Bhopal. It also includes Delhi’s Anand Vihar terminal and Chennai’s Puratchi Thalaivar Dr MG Ramchandran Central Railway Station.

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In addition to that, six innovative metro stations, have also received recognition as ‘Eat Right Stations’ which include stations as a Noida sector 51, Esplanade (Kolkata), IIT Kanpur, Botanical Garden (Noida), and Noida Electronic City.

FSSAI is dedicated to expanding the ‘Eat Right Stations’ program even further. The goal is to include all major railway stations and Metro stations, guaranteeing that every passenger, no matter where they are headed, has access to safe and nutritious food choice during their travels.

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