Bhubaneswar: If you enjoy street food and Khaogali at Ram Mandir in the capital city, then here is some good news.
The Khaogali near Ram Mandir in Bhubaneswar has been certified as the Clean Street food hub by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India.
Khaogali has about 30 stalls. Cleaning, water and toilet facilities have been provided in the lane with beautification, stated the FSSAI in its release. The certificate is valid up to March 17, 2023.
In another health tag for Odisha food, ISKCON Temple at Nayapalli has been certified under BHOG by FSSAI.
The Food Safety authority issued the BHOG or Blissful Hygienic Offering to God certificate to ISKCON for meeting the benchmarks set by FSSAI.
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