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Grazing creates chef director role

Sebastian Price has been promoted to the newly created role of Chef Director at delivered-in office and venue catering specialist Grazing.

The role will see Price take on more responsibility for Grazing’s wider operations outside of the kitchen, extending his reach to front-of-house, which will include recruitment, team training, service, operations and logistics. 

As well as supporting the company’s chefs in designing menus for Grazing’s clients, he will oversee the entire delivered-in catering service from production kitchen to customer plate at client sites. 

Price joined Grazing last year as Executive Chef. He was formerly Executive Chef of Food+ by Compass, based at the Google headquarters in London, having previously worked as Executive Head Chef for Sodexo’s Publicis White City site, development. He has also held the role of Executive Chef for BaxterStorey’s south and south-west region, and Amazon.

Sam Hurst, Chief Grazing Officer, said: “We’ve had an incredible year, largely down to the efforts of so many of our talented team. Seb has played a pivotal role in the development of our offer and we wanted to recognise this through the introduction of our first ever chef director role.  

“This role also means we are able to build more strength in depth for our team, positioning us well for further growth.”

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