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  • Home-made breakfast is still a staple in India
  • Home-made breakfast is still a staple in India
    Adam Cohn (2015) ©
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Home-made breakfast is still a staple in India

You won't find bowls of cereal or fast food on a typical breakfast table in India. Instead, people are sticking to traditional options, even when busier lifestyles leave less time for cooking. Now, food delivery companies are looking to conveniently cater to people's desire for traditional fare.

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