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.