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See Why Zomato Has Delisted 5000 Restaurants Recently

| Published on February 25, 2019

Are you a foodie but also too lazy to go out for having good food? Then I am sure, Zomato has been your rescue for quite a while now. Then, here’s some good news for you Zomato has been taking all the necessary steps to ensure that the food delivered to you is safe.

A platform of restaurant reviews, restaurant discovery, food discovery and dining out transactions platform providing information of over 1.4 million restaurants across 24 countries, Zomato serves more than 65 million users every month.

Zomato, along with the food regulator Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), is surveying all restaurants licensed by the platform, across 150 cities where it has presence. The survey is to check whether the restaurants comply with the hygiene standards set by FSSAI.

The company reports that it has delisted over 5,000 restaurants which were found non-compliant with the standards set by the FSSAI for hygiene.

We are adding 400 restaurants to our platform every day. So, it is crucial that our restaurants partners are compliant with regulations and hygiene standards”, justified Mohit Gupta, Zomato CEO (Food Delivery Business).

All 80,000-plus restaurants listed on Zomato, are re-evaluated, helping them being compliant and delisting those that have failed to follow regulations in spite of continuous efforts.

Zomato not only educates its restaurant partners to obtain a license but also helps them to meet the necessary hygiene standards. Due to these efforts by Zomato, the number of compliant restaurants on the platform has increased by over 30,000 in the past six months.

This is a great step taken by Zomato to ensure quality in the business and the stronghold on the common masses. Only if everyone took care of the hygiene maintenance in their own field, the world would be a healthier place to live in.

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