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Food by Dish secures three supplier wins

04 April 2016 by
Food by Dish secures three supplier wins

London event caterer Food by Dish has secured three new supplier wins. It has been added to the preferred list of caterers at Studio Spaces E1 and has been listed as official caterers with Historic Royal Palaces and the Farnborough International Airshow.

Historic Royal Palaces includes the Tower of London, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace and Banqueting House.

The firm was also successful with its tender as one of the approved chalet caterers at the Farnborough International Airshow in July. Food by Dish will be among a selected list providing corporate hospitality across more than 70 chalets throughout the week-long festival.

Hannah Flood, sales and marketing director at Food by Dish, said: "Each of the new venues add a great diversity to our client portfolio; we've already seen a positive return in the first quarter of the year alone which is very encouraging. We're looking forward to working with each venue, they all offer something completely different and it's a great opportunity for our chefs and operations teams to develop new and exciting catering concepts."

At the start of this year Food by Dish also secured a three-year contract worth £2m at No. 11 Cavendish Square.

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