The city’s favourite khau gallis will soon be transformed into food tourism hubs, thanks to an initiative of the the Food & Drugs Administration (FDA). The FDA aims to add food tourism to the state’s tourism industry after heritage tourism and medical tourism.
The FDA’s ambitious project includes developing ‘khau gallis’ or popular street food corners in major cities across the state into hubs for foodies.
FDA commissioner Mahesh Zagade said the transformation has already begun in Mumbai at food stalls at Juhu Chowpatty and Girgaon Chowpatty.
The transformation of these two street food corners in Mumbai began as part of the Safe Street Food Project being implemented in major cities across the country.
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