"Clean Street Food - Delhi Project" was launched in March 2016, in association with Ministry of Skill Development where more than 20,000 street food vendors were trained on food safety and hygiene. A push was given towards inclusion of unorganised sector during the project by ensuring Aaadhar registration, opening up of bank accounts of the vendors.
Thereafter, project was launched in Goa in October 2016, where State FDA took up the implementation of the project in collaboration with Nestle. About 700 street food vendors were trained on various aspects of food safety and hygiene during its first phase till December 2016.
A push on food safety and hygiene was provided during Eighth National Street Food Festival, 2016 which was organized in collaboration with NASVI. Here vendors from 24 states across India took part in training around food safety and hygiene.
Kinley Parivartan, in association with Clean Street Food, has initiated 'Parivartan - Food Safety & Hygiene' program to train 50,000 street food vendors across India over next three years. Training pilot for this was launched in Ludhiana on April 28, 2017.
SMMSSS and ActionAid India organized training of street food vendors in east Delhi in association with European commission, where 200 vendors were trained in its pilot phase.