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These entrepreneurs are helping restaurants go contact-less in Covid times

In the past 10 months or so, their firm Airmenus has got on board restaurants, home chefs, gourmet stores all over the country, and several craft breweries in Maharashtra

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Hospitality industry | Restaurant | Coronavirus

Neha Alawadhi  |  New Delhi 



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Between the first and second waves of the pandemic in India, when restaurants and hospitality establishments opened up for the public, many would have noticed traditional menus giving way to QR code-based fare. The concept is simple-scan the QR code on your table or in your hotel room with your phone camera, and it will take you to a link where all the available options are listed.

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First Published: Wed, May 26 2021. 15:14 IST

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