When it comes to putting together a truly productive day of meetings and workshops, lunch catering done right sets the tone for the rest of the day. If you're responsible for lining up the lunch catering, you not only want lunches that are nutritious and filling but you want lunches that taste great as well as staying on budget. Having a lunch catering company who can deliver an interesting variety of meals as well as having the meals on time and looking great will make things perfect.
Selecting the right lunch catering company for corporate lunches will depend on what type of food your people are expecting. While some catering companies in the Dallas area are more than ready to do steak and potatoes, sushi and other high end options, most working lunches packed between a day full of meetings are more aligned with healthy and great tasting sandwiches and salads for those health conscious amongst us. That calls for something more along the lines of lunches that work with the flow of the day instead of creating one big food distraction which will put a major stall on productivity for that day.
Lunch catering consisting of salads, pizza and sandwiches are much more effective and efficient for a room full of people who are more concerned with networking and getting the most out of the meetings as possible and it's also a lot less pretentious as well. People are more concerned with great tasting food such as sandwiches and wraps with ham, turkey and Angus beef, pepperoni or veggie pizza or, on the lighter side, salads that are easy to work around and talk around instead of having to slice steak or deal with sushi.
Granted, high-end catered affairs are fine for dinners and other corporate events where such trappings are expected but for lunch catering, especially lunches situated in the midst of meetings and work-related activities, that type of arrangement isn’t suitable. Keeping participants focused and productive is the key to a great catered lunch and with great sandwiches, pizza and salads, employees and other meeting attendees will be able to get just as much out of the lunch as they do the meetings.