MARKET TALK: Corporate catering post-Covid, flexible hot-holding and kitchen ‘peakiness’

In this week’s episode of Market Talk, Shane Mansfield, director of marketing at Just Eat for Business, and Warwick Wakefield, customer experience director at Flexeserve, join us to discuss industry developments in the week that Boris Johnson announced that all restrictions on hospitality settings would be lifted on 19 July. 

Just Eat bought City Pantry in 2019 to expand into the corporate market and Mr Mansfield explains the motivations for the rebrand as it prepares to navigate a very different-looking office dining market post-Covid.

The business works with many caterers and top restaurants, as well as high street chains such as Leon, Itsu and Bill’s. Mr Mansfield also explains how he sees those relationships developing and reveals what the company’s policy is when it comes to restaurants that need equipment support.

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Warwick Wakefield discusses how British manufacturer Flexeserve has worked its way through the pandemic and the vital role that the latest hot-holding technology plays both front- and back-of-house.

The launch of the Flexeserve Hub has been hugely successful for the company, meeting the needs of foodservice operators that are adapting their business models for food delivery, takeaway and hot food-to-go. Mr Wakefield outlines how the solution delivers true hot-holding to packaged food of any size, shape or quantity.

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