Online food market in India is growing in very steep manner. Online food delivery companies are offering several schemes to attract customer to order more food online. In addition to this online food delivery company Zomato is planning in a unique way to make available home cooked food to their customers online. A latest tweet by food delivery platform Zomato has triggered speculations that it may launch a service where people can order home-made food — like that age-old Tiffin service which is still popular in several parts of the country especially among students, working-class people and those living in private hostels.
Zomato India Tweeted on their official account “Guys, kabhi kabhi ghar ka khana bhi kha lena chahiye (one should eat home-made food once in a while),” tweeted Zomato. It’s Founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal replied: “Who did this? Good tweet”.
Earlier another online food delivery giant and Zomato’s rival Swiggy is already catering to over 1,000 customers in Gurugram with its new app called “Swiggy Daily” that lets people order home-cooked meals prepared by tiffin service providers and home chefs.
Last year, a viral video putted company in big controversy where Zomato delivery agent seen eating customer’s ordered food. Later on company took preventive measures to avoid such type of incidents.