Rakesh Wadhwa:

What is the future of ready to eat food? Is that people are going to explore given everybody is sick of sitting home and preparing their own food.


Rama Bijapurkar:

I actually wrote a piece in the mint on this one too. Take a look at that. I could have sworn that we have missed the ready to eat year, but the ready to cook was okay. But I think we have to understand that everything competes with everything. My daughter told me Swiggy now has Swiggy Gini, and they deliver things. So she said, maybe you can continue. She was joking and saying, maybe we can send you food for a change. And I, and then she said, why don't you send me food?

So I think if, the food delivery guys can give me a look into the kitchens where stuff is being made so that I can see whether the clean kitchen is really clean. I don't know that I would pick, ready to eat. So I think it's going to be in India there's never either or. It's always and and and and! So everything is going to compete with everything else and the Indian consumer will optimize.

So when we say value behavior, it will be a bit of this and a bit of that. Uh, but I think cloud kitchens is what I would bet on more than ready to eat of the meal, but I D but all of the, in between mini meals and all that. Yeah. Obviously he's a very twist place and time has come from certainly the top 20.