Caterer leans on CPU kitchen to kick-start workplace food delivery concept


The Good Eating Company (GEC) has launched a new workplace food delivery solution.

The new service, which it has branded ‘Good Eating Delivered’, is designed for urban markets and will support businesses as they look to re-engage with their employees and clients in a safe and sustainable way as more and more employees return to their workplaces over the coming months.

Part of the Sodexo family, GEC has been delivering workplace dining for over 20 years to leading organisations including those in the creative, media and arts, investment and financial management and pharmaceutical industries.

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Good Eating Delivered will use the firm’s central production unit in central London and will be powered by Sodexo’s digital retail app to provide a seamless experience for ordering and payment.

The menus for Good Eating Delivered have been designed by GEC chefs and build on the company’s ethos of providing high quality workplace food delivered with passion and care.

Menus include breakfast and lunch, covering hospitality and individual grab and go options.

Sample main dishes include Keralan chicken curry, steamed Basmati & coconut Raita and black bean and vegetable chilli, green rice, pink onions and jalapenos, and salad boxes include spicy tuna poke and miso salmon, with steamed sushi rice sliced cucumbers, carrots, radishes and edamame beans.

Initially Good Eating Delivered will serve current GEC and Sodexo clients in central London and large London business parks.

Carlos Mistry, managing director for the Good Eating Company, said: “Good Eating Delivered is a natural addition to our onsite food service, allowing us to provide the flexibility that our clients need now as workplace models are rapidly changing, and giving us a strong new offer with which to target new audiences.

“At its core Good Eating Delivered will have the same commitment to freshly prepared, simple food, beautifully executed.”

Tags : Good Eating CompanyGood Eating DeliveredSodexoworkplace catering
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