Catering Business, Off-Site

The business of off-site catering can be defined as a public food service in which the food or drink for sale is prepared at a location different from the venue intended for consumption. An off-premise catering service can be enlisted to organize the cooking, meal planning, setup, and breakdown for special events such as weddings, graduation parties, or business dinners, and it is also becoming an increasingly common service for individual and family consumption. Off-site catering differs from onsite catering in that the event at which the food will be served and consumed takes place at a remote location from the site of production, such as at an office, home, gallery, or park. Although food can be assembled and plated on site, all major cooking ...

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