Gurgaon emerges as most health-conscious Indian city
Gurgaon emerged as the most health-conscious with 20 % respondents ordering food from outlets that focus on low calorific values. The survey was carried out among customers falling under the age group of 20 to 35 years.health and fitness Updated: Oct 02, 2014 15:03 IST
Gurgaon has emerged as the place with the most health-conscious populace, according to a survey conducted by an online food ordering platform.
Gurgaon emerged as the most health-conscious with 20 % of the respondents ordering food from outlets that focus on dishing out meals with low calorific values, on a regular basis via Foodpanda.in.
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The survey was carried out among customers falling under the age group of 20 to 35 years with the ratio of male versus female respondents being 75:25.
Around 16 % of the foodies belonged to Noida, while 14 % each from Kolkata and Pune were found to have healthy food habits.
From Mumbai, only 12 % seemed to believe in healthy binges, while only 11 % of foodies from Delhi were found to be worried about eating healthy.
In Chennai, the number is only 6 %, in Bangalore it's 3 %, and the remaining 4 % includes cities like Jaipur and Ahmedabad.
"The survey is a step forward to motivate our customers to switch to a healthy lifestyle and lead a salubrious existence," Rohit Chadda, managing director and co-founder, Foodpanda.in, said in a statement.
Another insight of the survey was that vendors like Subway, Healthy Bites, and Sattviko, among others, are most preferred by the fitness-conscious lot.