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Office, Business and Corporate Catering Sydney

At Feedwell, our goal is to make it easy to enjoy the freshest, healthiest catering options at your Sydney office, workplace or corporate event.

And we deliver — not just to your door, but also when it comes to creating menus and nutritious food that mean you, your team and your guests always eat well and feel well.

Freshest Corporate & Office Catering Sydney

We are all about freshness. It is what has driven Feedwell ever since we opened our first store in 2017.

Right from the beginning, all of our food has been made by hand, in-store every day, and our customers have come to appreciate that for us, that is what fresh will always mean.

Our produce is locally sourced from Sydney markets each and every morning, with everything we use in our creations coming exclusively from Australian farms.

We bring this same approach to our office catering in Sydney. All of our sandwich platters, salad platters and hot finger food platters are prepared from scratch on the day of your order, individually wrapped in eco-friendly packaging, and delivered to you with care, right on time.

Bespoke Sydney catering for your next event

It can sometimes feel that if you’ve eaten the uninspiring food at one conference, board meeting or corporate bash, you’ve seen and eaten it all. It can sadly be a pretty monotonous stream of the same old stuff.

This is not how we like to do things at Feedwell.

Instead, we take a more bespoke approach, offering a wide variety of food and snacks to ensure that you always have plenty of variety and a wide choice of options to suit all tastes and style of event.

Freshly Made Catering Platters Sydney

We have a tempting array of platters that are guaranteed to have been prepared by hand by our in-house team, prior to being delivered to you right at the perfect time.

We deliver across Sydney, including the CBD, so no matter where your business is located, you can enjoy some of the best corporate food catering Sydney has to offer.

Sydney sandwich platters
Our freshly made sandwich platters includes baguettes, wraps and flatbreads, so you can mix and match and create a tempting and varied menu to suit a wide range of tastes. This makes them ideal for office meetings, staff lunches, social events, parties, or any sort of corporate occasion.

None of our sandwich platters are pre-made or commercially produced — instead, everything is hand made fresh every day, and all dietary requirements are catered for, with deliveries across the Sydney CBD and surrounding suburbs.

Fresh salad platters
We have created a superb array of salad platters packed with the freshest Australian-grown ingredients, all sourced from Sydney markets the same day.

Our platters are lovingly created from the freshest, healthiest ingredients, and you have a huge range of cuisines and dishes to choose from, such as our classic chicken caesar salad, enticing vegan falafel and beetroot tahini platter, or our much-loved vegetarian cous-cous, pumpkin, and feta salad. We cater for all dietary requirements, so you can be sure that no-one will leave your next board meeting, conference or staff event unsatisfied!

We also deliver seasonal fruit platters featuring a combination of the freshest in-season fruits, all cut and prepared on delivery day, all of which has helped to take the corporate catering services Sydney now has available to new levels.

Finger food catering Sydney
We offer a huge array of options when it comes to finger food catering in Sydney. Treat your team and guests to a sumptuous selection of freshly baked pastries, frittatas, quiches, sausage rolls and filo pastries, prepared in partnership with the best chefs and local suppliers in the city.

Our pastries and finger foods are available as share platters for staff lunches, events and functions, or you can also order individual items, either on their own or accompanied by a side salad, to create the perfect healthy lunchtime combination.

Feedwell mobile catering services are available across the Sydney CBD and surrounding areas, with all our finger food platters individually packed in Biopak eco friendly packaging that is certified suitable for home composting,

Grazing and cheese platters
Who doesn’t love to share cheese and nibbles with friends? Just because you’re at work doesn’t mean you have to deny yourself this pleasure.

Feedwell creates colourful grazing platters, cheese selections and nibbles plates that are ideal for sharing — the perfect solution for office parties, team lunches, or any occasion when you need buffet catering in Sydney.

From grazing platters featuring an assortment of Australian cheeses, meats, dips and fresh pastries, to finger food share platters made up of a mix of frittata, quiche and cocktail sausage rolls, to our fresh seasonal fruit platters, you can choose from our extensive menu or create your own bespoke platters.

We even offer grazing platters for one, for those days when you want to enjoy something different for lunch but might not be in the mood for company!

Breakfast, morning and afternoon tea
We create special platters for sharing at those all-important breakfast meetings, as well as a selection of healthy, hand made snacks that you can enjoy at the most crucial times of the day — morning and afternoon tea.

Indulge yourself and the rest of the team with an assortment of muffins, brownies, and gourmet bars, or mix it up with a sweet and savoury platter made up of croissants, muffins, quiches and fresh strawberries.

Everything in our breakfast catering Sydney packages is created fresh every day, and delivered to your workplace on time and in eco-friendly packaging that is suitable for composting rather than being destined for landfill.

Drinks, cutlery and more
We like to make life easier in these busy times, so we also deliver a range of soft drinks, juices, kombucha and mineral water, plus we can help you to stock up the office pantry with healthy snacks, like fruit bars, seeds and nuts, and fresh bread.

To make your next staff event more eco-friendly (and to save on the washing up!), we also supply individually packed disposables, including cutlery, plates and napkins, made from plant-based bioplastic or FSC® wood pulp that has a smaller carbon footprint than plastic cutlery, and is certified home compostable.

Office catering services for Sydney

We understand that the sort of office catering Sydney wants and expects prioritises freshness, variety and individual choice.

That’s why our menu features a tempting selection of fresh, single serves individually wrapped, including salads, sandwiches, wraps, baguettes and salad pods, with all items hand made fresh every day from ingredients bought at market that same morning,

Lunch in the office should never be a routine affair, and so our food platters single serves can be ordered as individual items, or as a complete meal package by adding sweets, salads or savoury on the side. The choice is yours.

We ensure that all dietary requirements are catered for, so no matter if you are looking for delicious gluten free, dairy free, vegan or vegetarian options, we have an enticing selection to satisfy all tastes and needs.

What’s more, we use Biopak eco friendly packaging in all of our platters individually packed, which is plastic-free and certified home compostable.

Find out more about the Feedwell difference

We created Feedwell with the aim of enhancing the type of corporate catering services Sydney businesses can enjoy.

We ensure that everything we produce is made fresh to order, and created by talented chefs with a commitment to locally sourced produce. This also means that we have been able to develop an exciting, extensive menu featuring more than 150 dishes that are available as part of a platter or individually.

Our Sydney caterers have put together menus for breakfast, morning and afternoon tea, plus a tantalising selection of plates and platters that are created for corporate events, conferences, staff lunches, team meetings and parties, and much more.

You can always count on Feedwell to use 100% Australian produce that is delivered in sustainable packaging, Our healthy eating menus include options for all dietary requirements, including vegetarian, vegan, dairy free and gluten free dishes, with everything clearly labelled so there is never any confusion over who can eat what!

There are plenty of catering companies Sydney businesses can choose for their staff lunches, meetings and conferences, so we are very proud that so many major corporations, as well as small and medium enterprises, select Feedwell to deliver their corporate catering services.

Household names, such as Apple, WeWork and Allianz, are among the many businesses in Sydney who have come to appreciate our commitment to fresh, hand made sandwich platters, salad platters and cheese plates that we deliver in the CBD and surrounding suburbs.

Read on to find out more about why these major organisations and other businesses choose Feedwell to provide their Corporate Catering Sydney services, and just what it is that makes us stand out from the crowd.

Fresh food catering in Sydney

Freshness means everything to us at Feedwell. Since we opened in 2017, we have been committed to becoming the caterer Sydney corporations and business know they can rely on to deliver hand-made food that is created in-house and uses only the freshest ingredients possible.

What you won’t get from Feedwell is catering platters that have been pre-made or commercially produced. Instead, all of the delicious items on our corporate catering menus are created on the day of delivery, using fresh ingredients sourced from Sydney’s markets the same morning.

We also ensure that everything we use is produced by Australian farmers, cutting down on unnecessary food miles while also supporting our vital agriculture industry.

We deliver corporate catering in Sydney to your door

Wherever you are located, we will do our best to deliver our high quality Sydney corporate catering services direct to your door, and our list of delivery areas now includes more than 350 suburbs, as well as the Sydney CBD (you can check if your location is included by clicking on the Check Delivery tab).

Depending on where you are situated and the size of your order, we are happy to offer free delivery. However, if your order falls under the minimum amount, there will be a delivery fee of around $10 to $20. This helps us to ensure that our platters and meal packs are transported in perfect condition, arrive on time, and are always fresh and ready to eat.

We also understand that sometimes your plans can change, and you might have a totally unexpected need to feed a throng of people. Whenever possible, we are always happy to accommodate last minute orders, so even if you think you might be too late to put an order in, get in touch and will do our very best to help.

For your peace of mind, Feedwell has a Covid-19 plan registered with the NSW Government, and we ensure that all of our team adhere to the latest advice and guidance regarding sanitising, face masks, quarantine, testing and self isolation requirements.

In addition, all of our delivery drivers are fully vaccinated, but if your site does not currently permit deliveries directly to your office, we can arrange to drop your food in the lobby or at reception, or alternatively you can pick your order up yourself from our store at 56 Pitt Street in the Sydney CBD.

To ensure that all your food arrives ready for you to enjoy, our sandwich platters, morning and afternoon tea platters, and grazing plates are all individually wrapped and packaged to ensure that they reach you looking and tasting as good as when they leave our Sydney store.

However, we are also committed to operating as sustainably as possible, which is why we use Biopak eco-friendly packaging, plates, cutlery and napkins. These are made from plant-based bioplastic and help to reduce your carbon footprint, as well as being certified home compostable. This means there is no need for your individually packed disposables to end up in landfill.

Get the most from your office catering in Sydney

It’s hard to argue that far too much office catering is pretty dull and uninteresting, and doesn’t provide the sort of variety, choice and range that high profile companies increasingly demand from their corporate catering in Sydney.

We spotted this as soon as we started out in the business, and since we first opened our doors we have worked tirelessly to make sure that our menus take business and office catering services in Sydney to new heights.

Try our freshly made catering platters

We have created an exciting range of corporate food catering options designed to give you unrivalled choice and variety. Prepared by hand in-house every day, we can cater for large scale corporate meetings, conferences and staff training days, as well as more intimate team meetings and parties.

Whatever the occasion, the emphasis is always on healthy food, and our goal is to help you eat well and feel well all the time.

Sydney sandwich platters to suit all tastes

There is no reason you should ever have to eat a dull, uninspiring sandwich again!

Our sandwich platters offer a huge choice of fillings and taste combinations (including vegetarian, gluten free, dairy feee and vegan options), and you can choose a mix of baguettes, wraps and flatbreads when you want to cater for a range of different tastes.

Always fresh and never commercially produced, we think this is the standard of lunch catering Sydney businesses and corporations have been crying out for!

Salad platters delivered to your door

Our salad platters are created using the freshest Australian-grown ingredients we can find, as we know that for corporate clients, quality food that is healthy and well presented is essential.

We create enticing platters in a range of tastes and styles, combining interesting ingredients in a way that means a salad never need be uninspiring.

Finger food for all

Finger food is fun, but there are many more options to choose from than you might think. We can create platters featuring a selection of flavourful finger foods, such as freshly baked pastries, frittatas, quiches, sausage rolls and filo pastries, so that there’s something on offer for everyone.

What makes Feedwell Sydney catering services different?

If you want to find out more about the range of Feedwell corporate catering services Sydney CBD businesses can enjoy, get in touch with us on (02) 9252 1982 or email orders@feedwell.com.au and our team will be more than happy to discuss your specific needs.

In order to have enough energy to sustain you for the day, it’s essential to live a healthy lifestyle and eat the right foods. Fresh produce like fruit and vegetables are essential, but there are particular foods that can increase your focus, memory and stabilize your mood, more so than others! In fact, the right foods can increase brain power and productivity by up to 20%, according to the World Health Organisation. Find out 5 foods you can incorporate more into your diet to allow you to reach your full potential.


There’s a reason so many of us reach for our beloved cup of coffee early in the morning before starting a jam-packed day. Numerous studies have shown that in small doses, caffeine can give you a short boost of energy and alertness, and as a result,  make you more productive in that moment. Medical researcher, Stephen Braun, mentions that caffeine allows us to block the receptors for adenosine, a compound in the brain that causes drowsiness. This is why we feel more awake when we drink coffee, and often why we choose to drink it in the morning.


This fatty fish is a great source of fuel to promote productivity, due to its high omega-3 fatty acids content. Omega-3 is known for improving memory, mental performance, and productivity. It is recommended to have at least 226g of salmon a week in order to reap the benefits. Check out our salmon salad here.


High in antioxidants, berries are known for increasing memory and brain function. Blueberries are high in flavonoids, which can increase oxygen and blood flow to the brain, which helps improve memory and a faster rate of learning. This can last for up to five hours, so it’s great to top blueberries on your oatmeal, or enjoy them in one of our Feedwell seasonal fruit cups in the morning for breakfast, or a snack in the afternoon. 


They’re filled with fat, but it’s the good fat! Avocados are nice and filling, which means you won’t be so distracted by hunger pains. They also contain tyrosine which is an amino acid that aids blood flow. This is essential to keep the brain alert and engaged, helping to increase focus and productivity. The best part about an avocado is that they are so versatile, as it can be spread on toast, chopped up in a salad, mixed in a guac, or even blended into a smoothie!


Nuts such as almonds, walnuts, pistachios, cashews or peanuts, are all great options to eat when you need a sustainable boost of energy. Nuts contain monounsaturated fats and amino acids, which both help the neurotransmitter function, allowing you to process information quicker and be more alert. Also filled with Vitamin E, magnesium, and B-vitamins, which help aid in focus and relieve fatigue. Here at Feedwell, we love to get our source of nuts from our crunchy granola made in-house! This is delicious topped on our natural yoghurt. See granola yoghurt pods here, or our healthy peckish pack here.

Now of course each and everyone is different, so you should always consult a professional if you have any concerns or questions about your diet and nutrition and what will work best for you. This article is not meant to be health advice.

We have all been told of ‘Life Changing products to use’, that didn’t really change your life at all. However, drinking the recommended intake of water each day, truly can. For many, drinking 2-3L of water daily seems like mission impossible, but once you read about all the health improvements you will feel once you consume more H20, you may be running to the kitchen sink for a glass more regularly. 

Improves energy, and your mood!

Water helps carry nutrients to your body’s cells, fueling your brain, and energising your muscles. When you are dehydrated, it will leave you feeling tired, sluggish, and drained, which can ultimately affect your mood. By keeping hydrated, your brain will function better, helping you understand information, problem solve, and complete your day with energy!

More regular bowel movements 

Drinking water helps maintain a smooth, flowing digestive system, as it can help break down food, and flush waste through the intestines, relieving constipation.  Drinking more water also makes you urinate more often, flushing out toxins from your body. When we sweat, urinate, or breathe, we are losing water, so it’s so important to hydrate yourself regularly to keep your body functioning to the best of its ability. 

You will feel less bloated

Although you may think filling your stomach up with liquid may make you more bloated, it actually does the complete opposite! When you’re dehydrated, your body holds onto as much fluid as possible, which can cause you to feel bloated. When you’re hydrated, your body will happily let go of fluids it doesn’t need, and can actually help your stomach feel flat and healthy. 

You snack less!

When you’re dehydrated, your body can trick you into thinking you are hungry, when really you just need a big glass of water! It’s common for people to reach for a snack when working or wanting to have a break, but if you have a bottle of water in front of you, it can hit the spot, without any of the calories. Of course, drinking water can also boost your metabolism, so you can 

Clearer skin 

If you struggle with dry, rough skin, drinking water may help you! Staying hydrated can balance the oil and water content on the skin of your face, which means fewer clogged pores and acne. Acne has become increasingly popular in this generation due to all the processed food, fast-paced life, and lack of dehydration. 

Eating certain foods can hydrate you too!

Some foods contain more water than others, these include:

  • Watermelon
  • Strawberries
  • Celery 
  • Cucumbers
  • Tomatoes

Now of course each and everyone is different, so you should always consult a professional if you have any concerns or questions about your diet and nutrition and what will work best for you. This article is not meant to be health advice.

It’s the secret we are all after. How to stay full for a longer period of time. Thankfully there are foods that can do this. Packed with the right nutrients, you can eat these foods regularly, and prevent those hungry growls and lack of energy that can occur so regularly. 

The term that is used to explain a feeling of fullness is called satiety. In 1995, a team of researchers put together a satiety index which measured 38 different foods that contained 240 calories, and tested these foods with patients to determine which foods kept the patients fuller for longer.  

Foods that keep us fuller for longer tend to be high in protein, high in fiber, high in volume, and low in energy density. 

Here’s a list of foods that you can incorporate into your diet to help you consume less calories, maintain a healthy weight, and reduce snacking!

High fiber foods:

Fiber is essential in our day to day diet, as it helps control blood sugar levels and cholesterol. Fiber is slow to digest, which can make us feel fuller for longer. 

High fiber foods include:

  • Barley 
  • Oats
  • Rye
  • Whole-wheat bread
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Legumes

Drink water:

It’s very common for us all to think we are hungry,  when in fact we are just dehydrated. Water can take up space in our stomach that can help assist with the feeling of satiety. Try make sure you have consumed 2-3L of water a day before you grab yourself a snack out of hunger!


Eggs are a great ingredient that can be cooked in multiple ways –  poached, scrambled, or boiled. Eggs are high in protein and rank high on the satiety index scale, which means they help you feel fuller for longer. To be healthy, add a boiled egg to a salad for lunch!

Greek yoghurt:

This creamy goodness is full of protein, having more than double the amount of protein than your regular yoghurt. The combination of texture and protein also makes you feel like you are eating more than you think!


The less sleep you get, the more your body craves energy, the hungrier you feel, the more you eat! Feeling sluggish, tired and exhausted can encourage you to reach for a snack. By getting enough sleep each night, your body will feel recharged and energised, which reduces those annoying hunger pains.


Avoid the bad fat, eat more of the good fat, like avocados! The fats found in avocados take longer for your body to digest, which means it takes longer to leave your body and as a result keeps you feeling fuller for longer. Avos are also high in fiber, and are great to have in a salad, smoothie, or spread on a piece of rye toast. 


Like avos, nuts also are high in fiber and in fat (the good kind). To keep your hunger pains at bay, it’s important to stick to a ‘handful’ serving size when eating nuts. Almonds have the highes fiber content, making them a great snack if you can stick to maximum 15 per serve. 


Spicy food such as red chilies or cayenne pepper can add a pack full of flavour to your meal,  but also can help you feel fuller for longer as spices act as an appetite suppressant. If you’re not a spice fanatic, try adding a little spice here and there to your meals to build your tolerance. 

Now of course each and everyone is different, so you should always consult a professional if you have any concerns or questions about your diet and nutrition and what will work best for you.

The #1 Healthy & Fresh Meal Delivery in Sydney

What products do we provide?


We offer over 150+ healthy meals, snacks and drinks delivered to your doorstep across Sydney. Our products include healthy meal packs, freshly made salads, fruits and yoghurts, sandwiches, wraps and baguettes.

How is Feedwell different?

Fresh, fresh, fresh! When we say fresh we mean it. All our fresh products are made on the same day as delivery to you so you can really taste the difference. Our kitchen is local so all your fresh meals are made in Sydney. The bulk of our meals are all ready to eat straight from the box and there is no assembly or cooking required.

We make it super easy and affordable to eat healthy and TASTY food to help you achieve your goals.

How much does it cost?

This can depend on your arrangements with your NDIS plan. If you are eligible you usually only need to pay a small cost to cover the ingredients which works out usually to be 20% of the product price.

How do I pay and how do I get an NDIS tax invoice for my claim?

When you order online you make the full payment to us. At checkout there is a notes section please simply add in a note here stating “NDIS Invoice Required” and our customer service team will email you your invoice so you can make your NDIS claim.

How often does Feedwell deliver?

We deliver our healthy meals to most suburbs in Sydney the next day, Monday to Friday. For some suburbs we offer set delivery days each week. Simply click here and type in your postcode or suburb in the delivery section to find out what days we deliver to you.

Do I need to sign up to a subscription?

Good news, you don’t! Simply order what you want, when you want. There are no lock in contracts or sneaky fees with us!

Contact Details

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at orders@feedwell.com.au or call us on (02) 9252 1982


The best way to think of your immune system is to think of the army – there to fight and protect anything that threatens to damage or take over, foreign or domestic! Our immune system protects us against infections, disease, and can also help us recover from injuries. In order for our immune system to protect us, we need to fuel it with the right food to give it the best armour possible. See below the foods you can incorporate into your diet to ensure your immune system is ready for battle. (Last army reference, I promise). 

Citrus Fruits

Vitamin C is an important nutrient to consume when you want to fight off sickness and improve the immune system.  This is because Vitamin C helps encourage the production of white blood cells, which are essential to fight off infections. You’ll often find citrus fruits are filled with this vitamin, such as grapefruits, oranges, mandarins, lemons and limes (to name a few). Vitamin C needs to be consumed daily, as our body does not produce or store it. The recommended daily intake for women is 75mg, and for men, 90mg. 1 small orange contains 53.2mg, to give you a rough understanding on how much to consume. 


Turmeric is an ingredient that comes with a lot of added benefits, as it helps the body naturally cleanse, and can assist in fighting infections such as colds and flu, due to its anti–inflammatory qualities. 

It is the ingredient in Turmeric called cucurmin, which is actually what really assists and improves a healthy immune system. This ingredient can help fight against viral replication, and suppresses various inflammatory molecules which are responsible for the damage by viruses.  


It’s common for people to order a juice with ginger to help fight off that tickling sensation at the back of their throat when one may feel they’re getting sick. That’s because ginger contains many potent anti-inflammatory compounds such as antioxidants, which help protect your body from damage. 

You won’t have a strong immune system by consuming ginger for one day, so try drinking ginger tea regularly, or consuming a ginger concoction regularly.


Vitamin C as mentioned above is one of the essential nutrients to consume in order to have a healthy immune system, and broccoli is loaded with it! In fact, a half cup of broccoli contains 84% of the RDI (recommended daily intake) for vitamin C! Broccoli is also known to strengthen bones, improve skin, and is filled with fiber for a healthy digestive system. 


Garlic is a popular ingredient when cooking, and can often leave you with an interesting smell of breath. However, garlic is beneficial not only for the strong flavour, but for our gut. When garlic is crushed or chewed, a compound called alliin, turns into allicin, which then converts into sulphur containing compounds. These compounds help assist the disease-fighting white blood cells, and as a result assists our gut fight off viruses, diseases or the common cold or flu. This will also assist with maintaining a healthy lifestyle as well. 

Now of course each and everyone is different, so you should always consult a professional if you have any concerns or questions about your diet and nutrition and what will work best for you.

This article is for all you office snackaholics! Whether you are working from home or at the office, who doesn’t love snacking! We have crunched it down (literally) to some top snacks to keep in your desk drawer. We chose snacks that need no refrigeration and are nutritious and delicious, giving you the energy you need to perform at your best!

Wholegrain Crackers

Full of fibre and lower in GI, wholegrain crackers keep you fuller for longer, which means less belly growls of hunger, and less food consumed in a day! Hot tip – Look out for crackers that contain at least 3 grams of fiber per serving.


Apples, Mandarins, and pears are a great snack to keep in your desk drawer. These fruits are filled with fiber, vitamins and minerals, helping maintain a healthy gut. Fruit is also an affordable snack, so having it daily certainly doesn’t break the bank!


Popcorn is a whole grain and actually contains more fibre than your average snack. It is also high in volume, so it takes more space up in your stomach, keeping you fuller for longer. The best bonus is that it’s low in calories, so you can enjoy popcorn guilt free. Craving popcorn now? Buy some here.

Roasted Edamame Beans

This is a great snack to munch on like peanuts or a yummy topping to salads too for extra crunch. There is 12g of plant-based protein in each little bag so it is very filling whole low in calories (only 114 cals per bag).No added gluten, dairy, nuts, or refined sugar and vegan. Buy some here.


Full of antioxidants and fibre, nuts fill you up for longer, boost your immune system, reduce inflammation, and can even reduce your risk of heart problems. Nuts can be high in calories if you have too many, but the Almond Track Munchpak is the perfect quantity! Buy some here.

Protein Balls & Bars

These balls and bars of goodness are great to consume when you’re hungry and wanting a boost of energy. Protein balls and bars offer a variety of different flavours, so you can have a different tasting protein  each day. Protein balls and barsare a great snack to keep at your desk and have plenty of shelf life so you can stock up! Buy some here.


Granola can be a delicious, long-lasting and nutritious snack, if you choose the right one. Majority of granolas contain nuts, seeds, oats, and honey. At Feedwell, we hand-make our granola, using almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds and coconut flakes with a dash of honey, making it a tasty and very healthy granola.

Temole Cauliflower Puffs

These whole grain, gluten free snacks are made with real cauliflower. Oven baked, not fried, these make a great tasting healthy snack! Buy some here.

Temole Avocado Chips

Like the Cauliflower puffs, these are whole grain, gluten free and made with real avocado. Oven baked, not fried, these also make a great tasting healthy snack! Buy some here.

It can be tough to stay disciplined and eat healthily at work, particularly with all the delicious cafes close by, vending machines with chocolate and soft drink, or when you’re just plain bored and you use food as a distraction from your day’s work. To help keep you on track, here are four simple choices you can make every-day to avoid temptations and eat healthily.

Stop skipping breakfast!

You slept in too long, your kid can’t find their favourite toy, or you can’t find your keys. Being late can sometimes feel inevitable, but it can also cause you to rush out the door and skip breakfast.  Come 10am, you’re so hungry you could eat anything, the temptation is too hard to ignore and you scoff down a bacon and egg roll. (Alright, I may be talking from personal experience here… but you get my drift, it happens!). 

There are so many proven benefits to eating a wholesome, nutritious breakfast to start your day. These include regulated blood sugar levels, improved productivity, reduced risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes, and most importantly breakfast gives you the fuel to keep you going for the day. By eating a nutritious breakfast, you’ll feel less distracted and tempted to eat something naughty, and you’ll also be far more focused!

Click here to view a list of healthy breakfast ideas. 

Stick to structure 

By creating a structured meal plan in your day, you can ensure you’re eating nutritious food, whilst remaining satisfied and reducing snacking. This encourages eating 5 meals a day, instead of snacking continuously through-out the day. Each week, set out a weekly planner of what you plan to eat each day.

Stay hydrated 

Did you know the human body finds it difficult to distinguish between hunger and thirst? That’s why it’s so important to ensure you’re hydrated through-out the day. To do this, try taking 7 big sips of water before and after every meal you have, and to always keep a full water bottle at your desk. According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, men should have at least 3.7 litres of water a day, and women should have at least 2.7 litres a day. 

Snack Smart 

Stock up on healthy and balanced snacks. If you don’t enjoy packing your bag full of food, keep healthy snacks in your draw that don’t need refrigeration. To view a list of these snacks, click here. If you do have a fridge in your office and can store food, here are some fresh snacks! These snacks are nutritious, delicious, and most importantly – keep you full! 

Whether it’s dietary requirements, food allergies, or a moral compass, more and more people are changing their lifestyle by adapting their diets. The standard order for office catering, lunches and meals has been influenced by this change, and businesses are now looking for catering and food delivery companies who provide more options for gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan diets. 

So, what does it mean to be vegetarian, vegan, or gluten free?


A person who is vegetarian means they do not consume any meat or fish in their diet. People may choose a vegetarian diet for religious reasons, for moral reasons, for sustainability, for food intolerances, health reasons or simply a preference. Some vegetarians may include fish in their diet, so it’s important to check with staff members before ordering for them. 


To be a vegan, means you do not include any animal products, including dairy and eggs as they are derived from animals. Individuals choose a vegan diet usually due to ethical, environmental, or health reasons. 

Gluten Free

A gluten free diet involves excluding foods that contain gluten, found in wheat, rye and barley. This diet is usually for people who have a severe allergy to gluten, however many choose this diet for health reasons too.

We provide a variety of food which accommodates all different tastebuds and dietary requirements. Whether you are eating our food in one of our stores, for catering or at home, feel free to reach out if you need any assistance in ordering with us to accommodate your dietary requirements.


Fast food has been around for years and years, heavily marketed to us as this delicious, cheap, convenient meal –  and it’s worked. A study conducted in 2018, found that 83% of Australians admit to enjoying unhealthy fast food. This type of food may be delicious and easy to order, but it’s negative effects from consumption can easily outweigh any positives. 

1. You may feel lethargic and tired

With the large serving sizes that come with fast food such as the popular burger, fries and coke combos, it’s easy to overeat, which can leave you feeling full, bloated, and lethargic. Due to the high sugar content, your body sugar levels may spike, then crash, leaving you feeling more tired than before you ate. 

2. Your skin may break out

Food high in simple sugars often found in white flour, are the foods that will have a greater negative impact on your skin. These foods increase congestion of oils, block the pores and deteriorate the skin, and can contribute and sometimes be the cause of an acne breakout. 

3. Memory and cognitive function 

Some fast food can be filled with saturated fats, and research has shown that saturated fats can impact your memory speed.

4. Teeth decay

Soda drinks can increase the amount of acidity in your mouth, which is a huge contributor to decaying teeth. Although your fast food order of chips, fried chicken, chips and a fizzy drink may be cheap, visiting the dentist for tooth decay isn’t.

5. Increased risk of obesity 

Fast food is filled with saturated fats, sugars, and carbs, and it’s very easy to overconsume. Due to fast food being filled with empty calories with little to no positive nutrition, your body will process the calories to fat, causing you to gain weight faster.

We’re the first to admin, junk food can be tasty! And everything in proportion. Whilst these meals can be assumed as a treat, they should not form part of an ongoing healthy lifestyle.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by bloating *Raises hand*. Bloating does not discriminate and can happen to the best of us. Bloating can leave us feeling sluggish, tired, irritable, and overall affect our well being.

So what is bloating and how is it caused? 

Bloat is a buildup of gas, and can be often caused by digestion, too much swallowed air, or from an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine. Another sensation of bloating can be caused from excess water retention. Many people who have experienced bloating describe it feeling as if a balloon has been blown up in their stomach, NOT FUN!

Bloating is unfortunately very common, and millions of people all over the world suffer daily. We have put together a list of foods that can assist or prevent bloating. Please keep in mind that people who suffer from IBS and have been recommended a low FODMAP diet, may not be able to eat all these foods.

Now, let’s step on that gas! (excuse the pun)

Celery and Fennel 

Celery and Fennel contain natural diuretics, which assist in flushing out any excess water in your body. Excess water storage is a contributing factor to feeling bloated, so by including fennel and celery into your diet regularly, you can say “adios amigos” to your bloating. 


Known for making your urine smell, it also makes you urine often, and assists flushing out the toxins in your body. Asparagus also contains compounds that act as prebiotics which help support the growth of ‘healthy/good’ bacteria, and this can assist in a healthy digestive system and gut. 


One of the oldest herbal medicines in the world, ginger can aid bloating due to its digestive enzyme called zingibain, which assists the body to break down foods and help process protein. Ginger also contains many potent anti-inflammatory compounds that calm down your intestines and colon, allowing you to pass food more easily, and reduce gas and bloating. 


The famous supermodel (not me) Miranda Kerr, (close enough), drinks hot water with lemon every morning to help kick start her digestion, and she’s right in doing so – it really does work! Drinking lemon and water regularly before a meal can double your hydration intake, but also boosts the digestive system, as the acidity of the fruit helps the GI tract chug along faster.  Nice work Miranda!


Papaya is the digestive rockstar. Papaya contains an enzyme called papain, and this works as a laxative, which helps get the body’s elimination process operating, getting rid of excess waste, and aiding bloating and digestive discomfort. Hot tip – squeeze fresh lime on your papaya and thank me later!

Raspberries & Blueberries

Fruits can often have a high sugar count, and this can leave you feeling gassy and bloated. However, these two berries are lower in sugar and high in fiber and water, so your digestive system can keep going n’ flowing, no gas required.

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