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NEW DELHI: With a view to giving passengers a wider range of options for their meals on trains, the railways has introduced “ready-to-eat” food items for them.While an e-catering service has been introduced on select trains and stations, passengers now also have the option of ordering pre-cooked food, said a senior official.Guidelines on “ready-to-eat meals” have been issued to all zones wherein Mail/Express trains that have pantry cars have been asked to serve pre-cooked food as an ‘add-on’ option under the a-la-carte category, he said.While steps have been taken to ensure that good quality and hygienic food is served to the passengers, there are provisions for imposition of penalties in case of deficiencies in service, he said.