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  • Home-cooked lunches stand the test of time
  • Home-cooked lunches stand the test of time
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Home-cooked lunches stand the test of time

Despite an influx of fast food brands and restaurants offering business lunches in India, the tradition of home-cooked lunches being delivered in Mumbai remains as strong as ever. 200,000 hot meals are still delivered every day from homes to offices and schools. 



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