In its latest report, a research company has revealed that India’s cuisine is actually more delicious than some of the world’s most famous cities.
Food is being ranked as the world most delicious on average by The Economist Intelligence Unit, a division of the Economist Intelligence Squared consultancy.
It was founded by The New York Times journalist Michael Osborne.
India is ranked third, behind France and Switzerland.
The country is ranked fifth by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
The index takes into account the amount of fresh and frozen food in a country’s market, how well prepared and prepared it is for people to eat and how well it is prepared to taste.
The Economist Intelligence Group has been compiling the rankings for three years, after the country’s government launched the National Food Security Strategy in 2016.
The food-starved country of 1.3 billion people is among the poorest countries in the world, with nearly 50% of its population suffering from malnutrition.