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These IITians’ Kota-based Foodtech startup is coming to Tier II cities

A plate of sizzling hot, home cooked food is something that has not much importance until unless one has to go without it. However, it the case of every student or professional who has to stay away from home. Achal Bansal and Pankaj Sharma were also among these who faced the similar conditions during their JEE and IIT Kharagpur days. So, in order to get rid of this problem they decided to start Mr HOT FOODS in Kota, Rajasthan, so as to serve home-cooked tiffin, with some modifications to accommodate the monthly budget of the consumers.

“We have a weekly menu planner for regular subscription, where a customer can plan his or her diet among 15-16 items per day per shift according to taste, diet and budget,” adds 28-year old Pankaj.

Pankaj adds by saying that we can easily find numerous options of food ranging from restaurants to fast food joints for ordering food, but the main issue is that the such food is not fit for regular basis. Although these foods can retain water for three to four times a week but usually people prefer eating home cooked healthy food rest of the time.

From managing food stocks to the preparation of food to the delivery of food of Mr Hot Foods is managed by the themselves, says Pankaj, so as to ensure the quality along with the pocket of the consumer.

He also says that after four months of starting they use to deliver near about 400 meals every day and produced an income of 5 to 6 lakh per month.


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