Five days a week, the former marketing executive coordinates the preparation and delivery of up to 150 Indian lunches to downtown office workers.
In India, about 5,000 tiffinwallas on foot or bike deliver around 200,000 lunches a day to cubicle workers in Mumbai for a nominal fee. The delivery system is geared to housewives who want to send hot lunches to their working husbands in the congested city.
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In berbice tiffins were called a food carrier and when I was going to primary school , this was how myself and 3 siblings took our lunch to school.
The top layer was loaded with with some kind of curry and the other 3 with rice.
i remember food carriers. my cousin, who lived far away used to bring her lunch in one and she used to go into a classroom with other kids to eat, while i had to walk home. i was soooooo jealous, went and asked my mother for a food carrier too and was shooed .. she said i lived nearby and did not need to eat in school and so did not need a food carrier .... i was disappointed