Catering is the business of providing food service at a remote location, for example at somebody’s houses for wedding ceremonies, at hotels for daily food services, at companies for lunch, and others. Catering services is ranging from box-lunch drop-off to full-service catering. When most people refer to a “caterer”, they are referring to an event caterer who serves food with waiting staff at dining tables or sets up a self-serve buffet. The food may be prepared on site, i.e., made completely at the event, or the caterer may choose to bring prepared food and put the finishing touches on once it arrives.
Catering is often sold on a per-person basis, meaning that there is a flat price for each additional person. However, things like lighting and fire permits are not scaled with the guest count, so per-person pricing is not always appropriate. It is necessary to keep the cost of the food and supplies below a price margin in order to make a profit on the catering.
Before a company or a person choose to use a catering services from one company, they would see the price and menu variation. It is very important for catering companies to have good menu variation with good taste and price. This template below will help you, who plan to provide a catering service to small community or your company, to design a menu for one week period. Make sure you make a good and health menu variation, so the buyer will continue their orders after one week.
Weekly Catering Menu Template - Mon to Fri (43.0 KiB, 813 hits)
Weekly Catering Menu Template - Mon to Sat (37.0 KiB, 544 hits)
Weekly Catering Menu Template - Mon to Sun (38.5 KiB, 726 hits)