The idea for this technology enterprise began as an extension of a project entitled Lunchbox 17, where Swechha mobilized and trained a community of women in the Jagdamba Camp slum to prepare and pack food tiffins for delivery across the city.
A central kitchen checks for safety and hygiene standards of meals prepared by registered users. Each seller handles their own packaging and coordinates with the logistics team for delivery. Presently, the service dispatches over 150 orders each day in addition to handling tech support, ordering, delivery and marketing services for its 120 registered independent sellers.
With potential to connect the estimated 3.5 million households in Delhi with the increasing workforce, the technology-based solution comes with the promise of bringing Indian-style home food to busy dinner tables across the country.