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Delivery-based caterer Grazing secures £1.5m of new contracts

17 July 2019 by
Delivery-based caterer Grazing secures £1.5m of new contracts

Delivery-based workplace and venue food company Grazing has announced a raft of new contract wins worth more than £1.5m, over the past six months.

Grazing has been re-listed as an approved supplier at The View from the Shard and the London Water and Steam Museum as well as securing a three-year deal with an international law firm among a number of new B&I wins.

The B&I wins all utilise its delivery model, which the company said had seen growing demand due to the by-passing of additional investment in kitchen facilities.

Grazing has also recently expanded its business model to provide hospitality and events services from clients' offices.

Sam Hurst, founder and chief executive of Grazing, said: "We're delighted with our recent contract wins with these exciting clients. Having invested heavily in our central London product kitchens and R&D in recent years to develop and roll-out our hybrid catering service, it's great to see all of this hard work and investment starting to bear fruit.

"We've long believed that clients have been crying out for new entrants to challenge the giant contract caterers, especially in light of the surge in serviced offices, shorter leases and flexible working. Our model allows clients to access restaurant quality food in their workplaces at a fraction of the investment in real estate and kitchens that the traditional contract catering model requires."

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