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BonCulina UK launches new home-delivery concept to meet demand for corporate catering when working remotely

BonCulina UK has launched an online home-delivery food platform that enables companies to extend corporate catering beyond the four walls of their premises.

The food service operator’s latest food concept ‘BonCulina Anywhere’ aims to meet the growing demand of business customers who would like their staff to enjoy a high-quality restaurant style meal at home when it suits them. The new initiative complements BonCulina Smart Restaurant, a zero-subsidy business and industry catering solution which successfully launched earlier this year as a response to the current challenging business landscape, as well as BonCulina Anytime, a hot food vending service offering meals and snacks on-site around the clock.

Keith Pordum, Managing Director BonCulina UK commented: “We are delighted to launch BonCulina Anywhere to complete our suite of corporate catering services. When employees are working from home, and are unable to come to the staff restaurant, the restaurant comes to their homes. By offering company specific discount codes as part of our catering package, we wish to give employers a tool in their aspiration to look after staff wellbeing, and to be part of their employer branding strategies.

“Our BonCulina Smart Restaurant complemented with BonCulina Anywhere and BonCulina Anytime is a fantastic disruptor to the traditional catering models offering employers simplicity and flexibility at zero-subsidy. BonCulina’s catering solution is a product of its time.’’

The platform launches with a range of 38 high-quality delicious frozen meals which have been developed and prepared by professional chefs. BonCulina is planning to extend its initial range and complement it with frozen snacks.

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