- February 26, 2019 / 2 min readThis will help the passengers to scan the barcode using their mobile phone for seeing the live footage of the kitchen where it was prepared.
The packed food prepared by Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) for railway passengers will get a barcode soon. This will help the passengers to scan the barcode using their mobile phone for seeing the live footage of the kitchen where it was prepared.
Piyush Goyal, Minister of Railways of India, has said that the instructions have been issued to IRCTC to act on the plan.
Goyal said, "My ultimate thought is that each food packet will get a barcode. You can scan the barcode using your phone and can see the kitchen. You can see and decide whether you want to eat the food or not. The food packets will mention the kitchen number and the time and date of packing. If the food is bad, you can file a complaint quoting the kitchen number and other details."
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