The Eat Right Railway Station is one of the initiatives under the Eat Right India movement led by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).
Under this initiative, all food vendors on the railway station, both organized catering units/ restaurants/ food courts as well as small vendor kiosks/ retail outlets/ booths etc are targeted to ensure they follow safe cooking and handling practices during preparation and serving of food to the railway passengers, officials and staff.
To be certified under this initiative, all the food handlers at the designated railway station are required to be trained under FSSAI’s FoSTaC program, followed by a third party audit as well as certification based on a pre defined checklist. Certification valid for 2 years will be awarded.
Eat Right Station rating matrix
As on 11 November 2022, the following railway stations are certified
|Sl. No||Name of the Statiom||Awarded date|
|1||Bhopal Railway Station, Madhya Pradesh||11.11.2022|
|2||Dabra Railway Station, Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior||30.09.2022|
|3||Gwalior Railway Station, Madhya Pradesh||26.09.2022|
|4||Jaipur Railway Station, Rajasthan||26.07.2022|
|5||Mysuru City Railway Station, Karnataka||21.07.2022|
|6||Krantiveera Sangoli Rayanna Bengaluru (KSR) Station, Bengaluru, Karnataka||19.07.2022|
|7||Vadodra Railway Station, Gujarat||08.07.2022|
|8||Vishakapattnam Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh||18.05.2022|
|9||Saugor Railway Station, Madhya Pradesh||04-04-2022|
|10||Hubbali Railway Station, Dharwad, Karnataka||23-03-2022|
|11||Igatpuri Railway Station, Maharashtra||16-02-2021|
|12||Bhubaneswar Railway Station, Odhisa||03-12-2021|
|13||Chandigarh Railway Station, Chandigarh||26-08-2021|
Source : Eat Right Station portal
Last Modified : 11/15/2022
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