Railway Budget May Tickle Taste Buds of Passengers

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  • Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu may offer more culinary options for passengers in his budget so that people enjoy a variety of local cuisines during train journeys.
  • Indian Railways is considering giving greater focus on tie-ups with local vendors for offering such a choice to travellers as part of an attempt to bolster its e-catering business.
  • At present, Indian Railways’ e-catering service, known as ‘Food on Track’, is available on 1,516 trains and at 46 railway stations.