As part of its new campaign to support staycation caterers, JJ Foodservice has launched a new webpage highlighting best-sellers and interviews with holiday catering customers .
“While consumers are watching their income, we expect staycations to continue through 2023”, says Baris Kacar, chief sales officer for JJ.
“A busy summer is in store for holiday and leisure caterers, and we are ready to respond with a wide range of products and a reliable service.”
Featuring best-selling foods, drinks, packaging, cleaning products, as well as a host of video case studies, the Days Out page has everything caterers need in one place.
Group catering manager for SF Parks Martin Gibbon says JJ has helped his team to develop popular, affordable menus across his five holiday park sites in North Wales.
“Online ordering with JJ is great, and delivery drivers are friendly, courteous and helpful,” says Martin. He adds: “For fish and chips, we use JJ skinless and boneless cod fillets. It’s a quality product with consistently sized fillets, helping to reduce waste and keeping costs down.”
According to Mauro Greco, owner of Blossom Café in Willington, Bedfordshire, JJ’s prices and service are the best.
“For me, it’s about providing good quality food at a reasonable price, and JJ deliver on this promise,” he says. “Throughout my career in catering, they have never let me down.”
As part of the campaign, JJ is offering FRY readers the chance to win £200 off* their first order. Simply fill out this online registration form to enter the prize draw.
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