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WHAT’S NEW? BONCULINA EXPANDS


UK OPERATIONS International foodservice provider BonCulina has announced its intention to expand UK operations in order to increase its market share of the UK foodservice contractor market - which is worth an estimated £10bn, according to a recent IBIS World Industry Research Report.


BonCulina offers a ‘simply different foodservice’ approach striving towards a ’zero food waste vision’ and investing part of its profits into the ‘A Meal for a Meal’ CSR programme.


Providing affordable and delicious meals from around the world using the patented Torus Pak plating technology, allows BonCulina to operate restaurants and canteens of high standards without a kitchen or even a chef on site. Through the reduction in the number of operating elements, particularly labour, BonCulina not only reduces operational cost but also capital.


Already operating in several other countries, the company’s disruptive business model brings together hundreds of meal varieties and the very best international manufacturers in just one place. A flexible option, it operates smart logistics, to enable customers to pick and choose from the finest meals without being tied into exclusive contracts and multiple delivery contracts.


Chris O’Neill, BonCulina UK Sales and Operations Director, commented: “We aspire to be different in foodservice by delivering cost efficiency and simplicity through our vast central recipe


database. From the very best ready meal manufacturers including vegan and free from, to create a truly global larder of high-quality delicious dishes. This, in combination with optional operating methods offers flexibility and consistency beyond most clients’ needs and requirements.”


“We have seen unprecedented demand for flexible foodservice solutions in an environment of rapid change during the pandemic. Our decision to increase capacity and expand operations in the UK, reflects the strength of the market.”


He continued: “We’ve combined our exceptional logistics and UK delivery capacity with new technology and delivery methods to offer unprecedented flexibility and on- demand choice.”


“Our meals are frozen and packaged individually, helping us to manage fluctuating numbers and safety issues in the new COVID landscape. This also brings added benefits such as longer shelf life and easy storage.”


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With customer pressure driving demand for ever more choice and restaurant quality food, BonCulina brings together delicious, high quality meal options across all flavours, including the current top six most popular UK choices of English, Italian, Indian, Chinese, American and French cuisine.


BonCulina


• Foodservice provider into UK market with international heritage.


• Vast global larder of cuisine available.


• Specialist diets available including free from, vegan, vegetarian, children’s range and dysphagia meals.


• Multi-sector approach, across business and industry, social care, education, healthcare, and defence.


• Partnered with equipment manufacturers, to deliver a high- end, hot vending solution for the business and industry sector.


• Using patented Torus Pak technology and packaging.


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