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Grill n' Chill: Orangebox Orange Fest BBQ

We've just wrapped up an incredible event that left us with happy hearts and an overwhelming appreciation for our friends at Orangebox.


Yesterday, Orange Fest took the stage, and we had the privilege of being their trusted contract caterer for the event. It was a fun afternoon filled with games, BBQ, music, and endless fun activities for the hardworking Orangebox employees.


When it comes to creating an event that celebrates employees and their well-being, Orangebox truly knows how to shine. As a contract caterer, we couldn't be prouder to work with a dedicated employer that goes above and beyond for their staff.


The Food - Smoking Hot BBQ

We served a mouthwatering BBQ feast for Orangebox yesterday. Delicious grilled hotdogs, fresh and vibrant salads bursting with flavour, tender chicken that practically melted in your mouth, and juicy, irresistible cheeseburgers that could make anyone weak at the knees. Also, we are committed to cater everyone's preferences, so we made sure we had vegan burgers and hotdogs just as scrumptious as their meaty counterparts.



To top it up, we know there is something incredibly satisfying about indulging in a scoop (or two!) of creamy on a warm (or wet) summer day. So we served a selection of ice creams and toppings for everyone to build their own ice cream.




The event was jam-packed with engaging activities and games that brought everyone together, creating an atmosphere of camaraderie and pure joy.





As a contract caterer, we feel privileged to be a part of Orangebox's journey. Their values align with ours, as we both strive to provide exceptional experiences. Working alongside Orangebox has been a testament to their vision, and it's a partnership that we deeply cherish.

Want to read more about the benefits of workplace catering? Check out this article we shared a couple of weeks ago "Catering in the Workplace is a Game-Changer".


Inspired to make your own BBQ? Check "Summer Smoking Hot BBQ Season Trends"

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