Many consider Veggies to be one of the most ethical caterers on the circuit, with over 25 years of experience in pure vegetarian / fair trade / organic catering.
The popularity of our service is indicated by our having been voted ‘Best Vegan Caterers‘ in three successive years. We have been shortlisted in the green trading standards scheme at Glastonbury Festivals.
All our products are made from natural ingredients, with no artificially added preservatives, flavourings or colourings. We aim to provide a balance between organically grown and/or locally produced ingredients.
Fair traded fruit juices and fresh vegetables are used, along with other wholefood ingredients. In 28 years we have never used any other than fair trade teas and coffees.
Our ethical trading survey indicates our minimal packaging policies to be particularly well supported by our customers. We generally use no disposable plates, mugs or cutlery, and take back for recycling all bought-in product packaging, including bottles, cans and tetra paks.
As Veggies foods are always vegan, our menu is suitable for vegetarian diets, as well as most cultural and religious preferences.
Veggies Catering Campaign is a registered Vegan Society Trademark Holder and member of the Vegetarian Society Food & Drink Guild
Veggies was again voted Best Vegan Caterer in the Vegan Society Awards 2008 – For THIRD Successive Year!, after which we have declined further nomination.
Despite standing down from this award, we were voted Best Vegan Caterer in yet another award scheme, the UK Vegan Awards at West Midlands Vegan Festival in 2010!
We are registered with Nottingham City Council. See our food hygiene inspection rating on the Scores On The Doors directory (search for “Veggies”).
The following crew members have Level 2 Awards in Food Safety in Catering:
2013: Andrew Martin
2012: Patrick Smith, Alana Ward Craner
2007: Steve Flaherty, Chrissy O’Brien. Also Cathy Edwards and Nicky Bensted-Smith.
We are insured by Zurich Municipal for Public Liability (£5,000,000) and Employers Liability. View the documents here.
As well as these sub pages, you will find recomended recipe books, cooking guides and other resources in the books-and-publications section.
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