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Grazing introduces grab & go range

Delivered-in office and venue catering specialist, Grazing, has launched a grab & go range, offering an entry-level alternative to existing delivered-in catering options.

The new range has been designed to meet the needs of smaller offices (between 20 to 1,000 people) and hybrid working patterns, with no need for a contract or minimum order spend. It has been developed to give businesses outsourcing their catering requirements for the first-time a commercially viable option to explore.

Grazing will be adding a new range of salads, sandwiches, bakes, sweets, drinks and savoury snacks to its menu.

Food is prepared at Grazing’s central production unit (CPU) in London’s Bermondsey and delivered to clients’ offices individually labelled and packaged in compostable material. It can be ordered online by office managers or employees can order themselves, and individual orders are consolidated into one group order for the site. The range will also be available to Grazing’s contracted customers to have in their grab and go fridges, too.

The growth in Grazing’s offering has been made possible by the expansion of its CPU by almost 50 per cent having taken on the lease of a neighbouring unit late last year. The aim is to double the size of the business in the next three years.

Grazing CEO Sam Hurst said: “We decided to develop a grab & go range in response to customer demand for a high-quality lunch offer, the flexibility to have it as frequently or infrequently as they like and at an accessible price point. There’s no commitment, minimum spend or contract required, and at around £8-10 per person, it’s half the price of our full service delivered-in catering solutions. It fills that gap between traditional office catering and takeaway.”

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