Indira Canteens

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Indira Canteens of Karnataka
Fast food
IndustryFood
GenreSouth Indian Vegetarian Cuisine
Founded15 August 2017 (2 years ago) (2017-08-15)
Bangalore,
Karnataka,
India.
FounderGovernment of Karnataka
Headquarters,
Area served
Karnataka
ProductsFood
ServicesSubsidized low cost food
RevenueNon-profit organization
OwnerGovernment of Karnataka
WebsiteIndira Canteen - BBMP
Footnotes / references
named for Indira Gandhi

Indira Canteen is a food subsidisation programme run by the Government of Karnataka in Inspired from the Amma Unavagam of Tamilnadu [1]

Structure[edit]

The canteens serving food in civic wards of districts and taluka places of Karnataka. Canteen serves breakfast, lunch, and dinners. Aimed at aiding economically disadvantaged sections of society at a subsidized price.[2][3]

Food items[edit]

Idlis and coconut chutney along with variety rice of the day will be served in breakfast, for lunch and dinner, rice, sambar, curd rice, tomato bath and a few other items will be served.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Work on Indira canteens expedited for I-Day launch". Retrieved 30 June 2017.
  2. ^ "Mayor checks progress of Indira Canteen structures at TN factory". Deccan Herald. Retrieved 30 June 2017.
  3. ^ "'Indira Canteen' getting ready to serve Bengalureans - Mysuru Today". Mysuru Today. 28 June 2017. Retrieved 30 June 2017.