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Fosters to create mobile interactive canapé and cocktail bar

25 September 2012 by
Fosters to create mobile interactive canapé and cocktail bar

Fosters Event Catering has partnered with the Waiting Game to create a mobile interactive canapé and cocktail bar.

The initiative can be personalised and will be operated by a chef and mixologist. It allows guests to learn to make their own party food and drink during an event.

Fosters chief executive Neil Lodge explained: "Over the past few years we've seen incredible growth in the number of people interested in food and drink, especially in the South-west.

"We now have such a strong food culture, its important that we meet that enthusiasm by offering a new level of service that gives behind-the-scenes insight into the industry while delivering first-class catering."

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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