In early 2020 the system was made FREE to use for two years from sign-up as an important measure to help catering businesses recover from the Coronavirus lock-down.
Andy North, Commercial Manager commented, “In addition to recovery from the pandemic, the next pressing challenge is for caterers is to ensure they provide all the information required to protect their customers with food allergies. So, this is now a significant new CaterCloud feature that will assist caterers in protecting their customers, and achieving compliance with Natasha’s Law.”
The new system has been designed to make it easier to use its unique range of integrated solutions including: recipe and menu management and sharing, allergen and nutritional information sharing, costing and margin management. All menus now include unique QR codes that are generated to provide customer with easy access to allergen and nutritional content and an integrated option to print compliant food labels.
In addition, CaterCloud users now have access to the Buyer’s Club. This means that every user has the opportunity to reduce the cost of their food and other supplies by becoming part of the EF Group‘s multi-million pound national buying consortium.
Andy North continued, “CaterCloud is the ideal name because it is a the most integrated solution for Caterers, available anywhere in one cloud-based system. The system already has hundred of users based in the UK and in other international locations. Our connections with the EF group mean that we can continue to provide the system FREE of change to help Caterers adjust and to ensure that they are compliant with Natasha’s Law.”
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