Corona: Sweet turned bitter, tried luck in confectionery

hear the news

hear the news

Meerut. The restrictions of the corona epidemic and the covid rules have made the sweet “bitter”. Because of the high cost and speed of spoilage, most retailers try their luck with confectionery instead of candy. About 20 percent of the city’s candy stores are closed. Around 30 percent of confectionery retailers have started confectionery as well as confectionery. Now he makes sweets that don’t spoil anytime soon. At the same time, more than 70 restaurants on Delhi Road, Ganganagar, Kankarkheda including the highway were closed.
Kovid has hit the restaurant, hotel and candy businesses the hardest. The Budhana Gate neighborhood has the largest number of candy shops in the city. Chairman Apar Mehra said that this time only two traders are preparing Ghevar in limited quantities. In the past, seven to ten traders made ghevar on a grand scale. Candy must be sold at all costs by Friday. Due to high costs and short sales times, new alternatives have to be explored. Cookies, namkeen, toffee, chocolate and other substances don’t spoil as quickly. Joint Trade Association President Naveen Gupta said in order to save traditional business and end the Saturday and Sunday closings, the market must relax by 11 p.m. The government and administration were informed about this.
Collaboration with Jalebi and Kachori
Due to the low demand for sweets and shops during the Corona period, some traders are working with the sale of Jalebis and Kachoris. Candy seller Rakesh Kumar said most sellers only make limited candy. In some shops, fresh jalebis and kachoris are prepared for customers in the mornings and evenings.
the locks are hanging
The general secretary of the restaurant association, Vipul Singhal, said more than 70 restaurants in the Partapur, Delhi Road, Ganganagar and Kankarkheda areas have been closed from the toll booth. There are now around 150 hotels and restaurants in operation. There are also limited customers who come into this. Restaurant operator Gaurav said its work has also suffered a setback from the intervention of companies offering online services.

Meerut. The restrictions of the corona epidemic and the covid rules have made the sweet “bitter”. Because of the high cost and speed of spoilage, most retailers try their luck with confectionery instead of candy. About 20 percent of the city’s candy stores are closed. Around 30 percent of confectionery retailers started with confectionery in addition to confectionery. Now he makes sweets that don’t spoil anytime soon. At the same time, more than 70 restaurants on Delhi Road, Ganganagar, Kankarkheda including the highway were closed.

Kovid has hit the restaurant, hotel and candy businesses the hardest. The Budhana Gate neighborhood has the largest number of candy shops in the city. Chairman Apar Mehra said that this time only two traders are preparing Ghevar in limited quantities. In the past, seven to ten traders made ghevar on a grand scale. Candy must be sold at all costs by Friday. Due to high costs and short sales times, new alternatives have to be explored. Cookies, namkeen, toffee, chocolate and other substances don’t spoil as quickly. Joint Trade Association President Naveen Gupta said in order to save traditional business and end the Saturday and Sunday closings, the market must relax by 11 p.m. The government and administration were informed about this.

Collaboration with Jalebi and Kachori

Due to the low demand for sweets and shops during the Corona period, some traders are working with the sale of Jalebis and Kachoris. Candy seller Rakesh Kumar said most sellers only make limited candy. In some shops, fresh jalebis and kachoris are prepared for customers in the mornings and evenings.

the locks are hanging

The general secretary of the restaurant association, Vipul Singhal, said more than 70 restaurants in the Partapur, Delhi Road, Ganganagar and Kankarkheda areas have been closed from the toll booth. There are now around 150 hotels and restaurants in operation. There are also limited customers who come into this. Restaurant operator Gaurav said its work has also suffered a setback from the intervention of companies offering online services.

.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply