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Telangana: Food court penalises customers for wasting food

News Agencies | Updated on: 8 February 2019, 10:50 IST

A food court in Adalath Centre penalises customers for wasting food.

'Kedari Food Court' which is owned by Lingala Kedari, has introduced a 'carrot and stick' policy to keep a check on wastage of food. Kedari had introduced this policy around two years ago and since then he has been ensuring that no customer leaves the place without paying the fine in case he or she wastes food.

Speaking to ANI Kedari said, "I do not like people who waste food. We serve good quality food here. I tell people very frankly that if you waste food you are not invited here. Also, I do not serve food to those who come to our food court after consuming liquor. People should learn to respect food."

Kedari also informed that his family including his wife and their two sons work at the food court. Furthermore, he claimed that TRS working president KT Rama Rao is fond of the fish curry made by his wife.

Elaborating upon the food that is severed at the 'Kedari Food Court', owner's son Akash Raj told ANI: "Customers can have a meal with chicken curry, egg curry or fish as accompaniment and in vegetarian, we have 15 varieties of dishes.

Till a couple of months ago, 300 to 400 customers would eat here on a daily basis but now the number has touched 800.


First published: 8 February 2019, 10:50 IST