Lvybridge, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 12, 2009 -- When Greengages were approached by the UK's largest business networking organisation, 4Networking to supply the food at one of their networking meetings they couldn't help but to deliver a meal that nobody was going to forget.
Matt Timms from event caterers Greengages explains: "4Networking asked us for to put on a breakfast and lunch menu to impress local businesses attending one of their meetings. We answered by supplying fresh baked dry cure bacon rolls for breakfast. Then we decided to get people talking by serving the hot food in bonne maman jam jars with our own labels on. They loved it!"
Greengages isn't your usual outside catering company. For a start they operate out of a converted pea green retro Morgan Olson van, custom built and imported from the US. They also have a strict carbon footprint policy which see's them trying to operate with the environment in mind at all times. The Morgan Olson is due for an LPG conversion and they are planning to buy an electrical vehicle to pick up supplies.
Greengages mobile caterers makes a point of standing out from their competitors and feedback at the 4Networking and other events shows that not only are people enjoying the food but are surprised by what and how they are being served.
The company recently helped support the 50th anniversary of Volkswagen by touring the North West dealerships in the Morgan Olson and dishing out their infamous fresh baked bacon rolls and fish and chip served in funky newspaper cones.
Later this month Greengages is off to Belgium supporting a corporate team building event and will be serving some fine Belgium delicacies including snails and buffalo. They plan to source all their ingredients in Belgium from local suppliers as befits their green ethos.