Making it work: Office catering firm changes direction to deliver dinner to your door
After developing from a small sandwich shop to an office catering company, Artizan Food Company has adapted to the new normal by launching Eatto.ie delivering homemade frozen meals
Artizan Food Company started out in 2005 as a small gourmet sandwich shop in Dublin city centre but has since evolved into a boutique catering company serving restaurant-quality food.
During Covid-19 the company pivoted again to launch Eatto.ie, delivering homemade frozen meals to homes around the country. It employs 200 people. The person behind both ventures is Knocklyon-born Jeananne O’Brien who heads up operations, with her husband Barry McAuliffe in the role of managing director....
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