VEDIC INDIAN SHOPPING CENTRE is opening its doors to the public and offering a food fair at the store on Wednesday, February 10.
The store, located in New Delhi’s Vasant Kunj area, is located near the Indo-Indian border and has a range of food stalls, including veggie and chicken sandwiches, curry, kofta and other sweets.
It has an all-inclusive food buffet of meat and vegetables, a deli, deli deli and an Asian-style deli.
The VEDC will be open from 11am to 6pm and the food fair will start at 6pm.
The food fair, which has been organised by the VEDA, will offer more than 25,000 sweets from across India.
“Food is not only a good source of income, but it also serves as a source of social support and empowerment for the community.
This is why the VEC has been designed as a food hub for our community.
We have decided to give a big boost to our community through the VIC, and to create an environment where our community can come together,” said Dhananjay Jadhav, CEO, VEDAN Jadhavi Foundation.
The fair is expected to attract over 100 vendors from all walks of life.