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Housewives become India’s latest gig workers as “cloud kitchens” flourish

By AFP
24 January 2020   |   11:51 am
Rashmi Sahijwala, aged 59, is part of an army of housewives turning their homes into "cloud kitchens" to feed time-starved millennials. New apps are tapping the skills of housewives to slice, dice and prepare meals for hungry urbanites from the comfort of their homes.

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