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Lucknow's first-ever Eat Right Carnival is now live!

Happy, healthy & hygienic, Eat Right Carnival at Gomti Riverfront will stretch until December 18

Redinifing the joy of a gastronomical adventure, the Eat Right Carnival in Lucknow is proving that eating healthy can be happy! Dubbed to be the first of its kind food festival at the Gomti Riverfront, the carnival opened with a mega 5-km walkathon, marking the participation of 2,000 candidates, on Sunday. The week-long fair, designed by the FSDA, is set to popularise the idea of hygienic food among the City Nawabs, raise awareness and promote a healthy lifestyle across.

Eat all you want as you 'Eat Right'!

Lucknow Mayor, Sanyukta Bhatia, launched the frolic festivities of the Eat Right Carnival on December 12, which is pulling the city's health enthusiasts and foodies by the dozen. The carnival is lit with a host of food stalls, a display of clothes and other attractions to keep one engaged through its flavourful galore.

The Eat Right Carnival has got something to please each and all, with its promise of class-apart hygiene. Each stall here has been equipped with a stove, fire-extinguishers, solar panels and clean containers to notch up the overall safety of your food-binge experience here.

Moblie-testing vans at the venue

During the course of the festival, people will be made aware of the benefits of healthy food. Two mobile vans equipped with food testing facilities have been stationed here to ensure what you consume is both, high in quality, hygiene and unadulterated. After the festival is wrapped, these mobile vans will be deployed across prominent markets in Lucknow, rotationally.

The carnival will also pave the way to deploy food testing vans in every city of UP by 2024, informed officials. The food testing vans will hasten the process of testing the quality of food, from 2-3 days to just 24 hours.

Zumba, Yoga to spice up the Eat Right Carnival

Make note, Lucknowites, this is not your regular food fiesta! The 7-day carnival will host Zumba and yoga classes daily in the morning and a cultural show in the evening. Several other programs and interactive sessions will be conducted here to inform the visitors about healthy food, the right diet and much more!

The food carnival is for all and entry here is absolutely free! So, if you've got the plans to satiate your food hankerings, the healthy way, get moving now. Eat Right Carnival will stretch till December 18, at the Gomti River Front in Lucknow and you need to hatch your plans right away!

Dates: December 12 to 18

Timings: 7 AM to 9 PM

Free entry

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