Making it Work: Sustainable caterer FoodSpace plans seven new outlets
The company’s recent move to end its reliance on palm oil and use more environmentally friendly products has caught the industry’s attention
FoodSpace, a Dublin-based company providing catering to workplaces and colleges, is planning to increase its presence in Ireland and is hoping to expand to elsewhere in Europe soon.
The business, which has a particular focus on sustainability, operates in 18 outlets and plans to launch in seven more in the first quarter of next year with culinary director Conor Spacey claiming its food can even be a selling point for prospective employees at the organisations...
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