Around 25% restaurants across the country may have shut down permanently and at least 23 lakh people have lost their jobs in FY21, a study by the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) and management consultancy firm Technopak shows.
Restaurants were not allowed to function for an average of over 100 days, according to the study on the Covid impact on the food services industry. NRAI has more than five lakh members.
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