Who we do it for
WE WORK IN THE FOLLOWING INDUSTRIES…
Business & Industry
Fresh food is at the core of everything we do. Providing your employees with quality, innovative food is our passion. In the modern, busy work environment, we aim to provide as much choice and flexibility as possible.
Whether your business is a head office environment, distribution center or manufacturing plant, we create a bespoke package to suit your needs and more importantly your employees’ needs. We work together with our clients to create the right service be it a small deli packed with freshly made sandwiches, jacket potatoes and homemade soups or a 24/7 operation offering a full hot meal and vending service around the clock.
Our passion for food ensures we continually strive for innovation and remain abreast of new food trends to compete with the high street. In addition, our partnerships with premium brands enable us to offer clients high street favorites such as Costa and Starbucks in the workplace.
We take our responsibility as a caterer seriously and our Healthy Life range has been developed to give customers a healthy alternative in line with the Government’s Responsibility Deal. We work with our Chefs to make simple tweaks to cooking methods such as braising and poaching, reducing the salt and using rapeseed oil which help contribute to a healthier diet for your employees.
Further, we have developed marketing packages and promotional events to further enhance the dining experience and make sure your employees keeping coming back for more!
The importance of informing young people about nutrition and healthy eating is now widely accepted. Olive are committed to providing your pupils with fresh food via a balanced nutritional diet. In fact, the new compulsory nutritional standards which came into force in September 2006 had little effect upon the way we approach the catering in our independent schools. Olive’s philosophy has always followed good nutritional practices of producing menus balanced from all of the food groups, using fresh ingredients and reducing salt and saturated fat.
For younger children (4-11 years) we have developed a healthy eating programme that involves both the teachers and parents in helping children to eat more fruit and vegetables and cut down on fatty, sugary foods.
For older pupils (11-18 years), the principles still stand, but the approach changes. Nowadays, young people have developed sophisticated palates and demand varied food often with international influences. Accordingly, we have developed a menu range with influences from all over the world together with marketing to appeal to this grown up age group.