“UPGRADATION OF THE
QUALITY OF STREET
FOOD”
UNDER
MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING
INDUSTRIES ,
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
NEW DELHI ,INDIA
INVOLVEMENT
THE RAJASTHAN STATE NODAL
AGENCY :JAIPUR MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
JAIPUR ,RAJASTHAN
THE PROJECT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY
HAHNEMANN CHARITABLE MISSION SOCIETY
JAIPUR ,RAJASTHAN
VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS
These stakeholders will work in groups at different stages and play their roles for the
success of the scheme
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STATE GOVERNMENT
URBAN LOCAL BODIES
JAIPUR POLICE ADMINISTRATION
JAIPUR MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
BANKS/FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
INSURANCE COMPANIES
CERTIFICATION & ACCREDIATATION AUTHORITIES
VENDOR’S UNION
VENDORS
CONSUMER GROUPS
INTRODUCTION OF THE SCHEME
 Street food is toothsome, inexpensive, and convenient and also is a large source
of employment generation. It is a treasure house of local culinary tradition and is
increasingly playing an important role as an enhancer and force multiplier of
tourism sector all over the world. However, the main concern involved is the
quality of food that is served. On the other hand, the issues of vendors’ identity,
their economic sustainability and health conditions, etc are also the areas of
concern.
 Accordingly, during the XI five year plan period, the Ministry of Food Processing
Industries, India is piloting initiatives in selected cities /towns to ensure that the
hygiene and quality of food that is consumed in the streets is not compromised.
In order to ensure economic sustainability and betterment of the livelihood of
street food vendors on the one hand and to ensure safe and hygiene food to the
consumers on the other hand including the concerns of tourism sector in view,
the Ministry has formulated the scheme of
“Upgradation of the Quality of Street Food”
OBJECTIVES
BEHIND THE CONCEPT OF SAFE FOOD TOWNS /STREETS
 To provide identity to the street food vendors in
the unorganized sector and bring them into the
national mainstream
 Provide economic sustainability to the street food
vendors
 Upgrade safety and hygiene and thereby quality of
processed/unprocessed street food and appropriate
capacity building
 Promote clean, safe and good sanitary food services
at affordable rates in urban areas
Cities/Towns selected by the Ministry for Pilot
Project are
 Jaipur (Rajasthan)
 Ludhiana (Punjab)
 Guwahati (Assam)
 Delhi
 Mahabalesheswar ( Maharastra)
 Rachi (Jharkhand)
 Kochi (Kerala)
STREET FOOD
The Places of Permanent Street Food Vendors
in Jaipur
 Infront of Amer Mahal Fort
 Bapu bazar Link Road
 Polo Victory Area, Station Road
 M.I. Road
 C-Scheme, Infront of Railway Station
 Nehru Bazar, Ajmeri Gate
 Bani Park, Jawahar Nagar, Moti Dungri
The Places of Temporary Street Food Vendors
in Jaipur
 Gopalpura, Indra Bazar, Agra Road
 J.L.N Road, Tonk Road, 22 Godam, Adarsh Nagar,
 Bhrampuri, Chandpol, Durgapura
 Galta Gate, Jagatpura, Kishanpol Bazar
 Mahesh Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Mansrovar
 Motidungri, Raja Park, Sanganer, SMS Hospital
 Sodala, Tonk Road, Tripoliya Bazar.
CUSTOMER PROFILE AS ASSESSED
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People who can’t afford preparing breakfast at home
Immigrant bachelors
People who go to their work in the early hours
Adda Labour
Students and other youngsters
Cine Goers and Shoppers
Evening Walkers
The people who are fond of “Ready To Eat Food”
Office Goers
WHAT IS HCMS
The Project Implementing Agency, Hahnemann
Charitable Mission Society ,an NGO which have been
successfully and efficiently working in the field of
Rural & Urban Poor Development , Empowerment
,Health
&
Family
Welfare,
Environmental
Conservation & development, Livelihood & Capacity
Building and Agro Food Processing since 1996 in all
over India;
IS
all set ready to start this project with its expertise team
of Doctors, Food & Nutrition Experts, Survey Agency
,Testing Lab House, Supervisors ,etc.
We are Engaged in:
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Health & Hygiene
Rural & Urban Development
Women & Child Development
Livelihood and Capacity Building Programmes for Rural Youth, Farmers,
Women, Child, SHG and UGs, etc
Land Development
Nursery development & Cultivation of Medicinal, Horticulture, Herbal,
Aromatic & Jatropha
Organic farming through Vermi Compositing
Promotion of Neem Manure & Pesticides
Dairy Development
Seasonal Crop Demonstration
Natural Resource Management
Orientation Training to Water Users Group
Agro Forestry
OUR ROLE IN THIS PROJECT
Identification (Bio metric) of the Street Food Vendors
The 1700- 1800 food vendors will be chosen from 4 zones of Jaipur
Zone 1/North West Central
Zone 2 /North East Central
Zone 3 / South West
Zone 4/ South East
Survey of 1800 Street food (unorganized) vendors in Jaipur Survey will be
done in the below given time slab:
Morning – 8-12 pm – 4 hours
Noon- 1-3pm – 2 hours
Evening – 5 -9.30 pm – 5 hours
Total 30 surveyors
Distribution of Surveyors will be done on the basis of zones’ strength
Continued.
Meetings with ULBs (Urban Local Bodies) & Various Stakeholders
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Preliminary Discussion Meetings to bring about a coordinated
approach among the concerned authorities and the concerned vendors.
Meeting of the Vendors’ Unions with representative vendors.
Meeting with the Police Chiefs of each region.
JMC department time to time
Meetings with Chief medical Officers time to time
Testing of Food samples
Samples which are gathered from each vendor at the time of survey
and submitted to the testing laboratory per day.
2 samples per vendor will be taken
The samples will be taken and stored, the way suggested by the testing
lab
Continued
Assess the need of Health Checks
 Will assess their health condition from the survey report.
 Health Check up to conduct
Identification of street food vendors for support. Training will be conducted
 1000 vendors will be chosen from the survey report out of 1800 food
vendors
 1 day Workshop for trainers
 Training to vendors by the trainers
 Total vendors -1000 Per batch 40 vendors/Hence, 25 batches Per day 3
batches will be conducted
 Facilitation of Identity cards to these trained vendors
 Designing of the food cart/kiosk
Continued
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Meeting with the local agencies, insurance companies ,banks and other
stakeholders
To monitor the trained vendors by taking help from the Jaipur Police,
JMC and other related bodies (if needed)
To provide the vendors with insurance and micro finance
To assist the vendors to get an allotted space, license and certification
from the regulatory bodies
All the related activities to accomplish these tasks
Insurance Value per vendor will be as per mutual understanding of the
food ministry and the insurance company.
Micro Finance on Food cart-Rs.35,000 /vendor at Rate of Interest
/expected – 12%
The micro finance will be as per the Ministry / JMC norms and bank
rules
Continued
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Monitoring of the trained vendors
Monitoring will be done by us with the help of survey team
To take the food samples by them
To send them to the laboratory for testing of their samples
To check whether they have used the finance for the food cart purchase
and establishment or not
Testing sample :
 Samples will be taken from the trained vendors who are now having their
own food cart accredited by the JMC.
 2 food samples will be taken
Detailed Project Report
The detailed project will be submitted to the JMC
THE ENTIRE PROJECT COST
RS.12,14,125.00
TIME DURATION OF WHOLE PROJECT
1 YEAR/12 Months
DESIGN OF FOOD CART WILL BE
EXPECTED TO LOOK LIKE
INSURANCE & MICRO FINANCE
 Micro Finance will be provided to the trained vendors on
the Food Carts at the grant of 25% and at rate of interest will
be expected to be 10-12% basis
 The life Insurance will be to himself and 4 other members
of his family
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Benefits
The Director, Mr. Atul Gupta, believes that the provision of
authorized vending space, identity cards and certificate will
really manage the entire street food vendor city. It will help
the Jaipur Police and JMC to control the vendors’
unauthorization.
The idea behind, on one hand, is to encourage the concept
of “Clean & Tasty Street Food” through incentive
mechanism for the vendors, urban local bodies. And other
hand, provision of economic stability and capacity building
of these street food vendors.
These vendors, along with their family members, will have
life insurance .
They will be allotted with one fixed authorized space in the
market.
The customers, who feel good and enjoy eating out ,can
have safe and hygienic street food with their families.
The complete project will be conducted, coordinated and
monitored by Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
Jaipur under the command of Jaipur Municipal
Corporation of Jaipur Rajasthan.
THANKS:
HAHNEMANN CHARITABLE MISSION SOCIETY
OFFICE ADDRESS:301,MAHAVEER NAGAR-II
MAHARANI FARM,DURGAPURA
JAIPUR (RAJASTHAN-302018)
0141-5139005
EMAIL – [email protected]
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