Bombay Canteen co owner Chef Floyd Cardoz passes away due to Coronavirus in New Jersey

Floyd Cardoz Death: Media reports state that Chef Floyd Cardoz had shared in an Instagram post the news of his hospitalization.
Bombay Canteen co owner Chef Floyd Cardoz passes away due to Coronavirus in New JerseyBombay Canteen co owner Chef Floyd Cardoz passes away due to Coronavirus in New Jersey
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The co-owner of Bombay Canteen Chef Floyd Cardoz died in New Jersey due to Coronavirus. The news reports suggest that Floyd's family confirmed the news of his death. Media reports state that Chef Floyd Cardoz had shared in an Instagram post the news of his hospitalization. Cardoz mentions in his post that he was feeling feverish and hence got himself hospitalized in a hospital in New Jersey. News reports further suggest that the well-known chef was in Mumbai till March 8. Chef Floyd Cardoz co-owned Bombay Canteen and O Pedro and also had launched a new venture recently.

As per the latest update, The Hunger Inc company which is responsible for running Floyd's restaurants, issued an official statement about him testing positive for COVID-19. The news report in Mid-Day stated that Health Department in Mumbai has received a communication from Hunger Inc to make sure that all those people Chef Floyd Cardoz interacted with during his trip to India were tracked and informed about the safety measure they must take. The company has also issued a formal statement about Floyd Cardoz's death. The statement mentioned that the chef who was also the co-founder of Hunger Inc tested positive for Coronavirus on March 18.

Check out the Instagram post by Chef Floyd Cardoz

The Chef was survived by his wife Barkha, and two sons named Justin and Peter. The statement further read that Cardoz was hospitalized in Mountainside Medical Centre located in New Jersey. Media reports add that Floyd Cardoz was raised in Mumbai and had won the reality show called Top Chef Masters Season 3 in the year 2011.

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Sad...may he RIP...my prayers to his family...

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