Kohima: Apart from showcasing the rich tribal culture, spectacular diversity and glorious past and promising future of the Nagas, the Hornbill Festival 2018 has also become a hot spot for foodies. One such destination is a food stall run by the members of the Nagaland Women Voluntary Association (NWVA) that is offering hot coffee and mouthwatering momos, apart from charity and conversations, to festival goers in Kisama.
As per reports, the profits generated from the food stall will be used for various charity projects.
Apart from satisfying the hungry tummies of visitors, because of the quality of food being offered here, a large section of visitors, both domestic and foreign, have also thronged the food stall to be part of the humble initiative.
Besides meals, one of the main purposes of setting up the food stall at Kisama during the Hornbill Festival was to promote coffee produced in the state. The idea was also to encourage and help young entrepreneurs ‘develop a sense of responsibility in this fast changing world’, as per an organiser.
The coffee that is being served at the stall has been brought from the districts of Wokha, Zunheboto, Mon and Mokokchung, as per reports.
Nagaland coffee is currently exported to countries such as South Africa, Dubai and Bahrain.