Can the Catering Industry Become Environmentally Friendly?


Catering is often thought of as the food we eat at weddings and parties, but in 2018 the catering industry is expansive and flourishing. The catering industry encompasses many, including independent catering companies, food trucks, food stands, festivals, venues and large event spaces, university or church eating spaces and others who share in the passion for executing the highest level of hospitality and entertainment in the food industry.



Brandon Gaille, of the highly successful business marketing blog, reports that the preponderance of development within the foodservice industry is occuring in the catering space, stating ‘’The catering industry has grown faster than any other foodservice industry for the last 3 years’’. Corporations are primarily responsible for this growth as shared meals in business often foster collaboration and mutual advancement.


According to Dinova, corporations spend over $60 billion each year in restaurants and catering. Most of this business is with independent catering companies rather than in-house companies who use reusable tableware, resulting in greater part of events that involve catering are informal and most often use disposable tableware which can generate massive amounts of waste across the sizable catering industry.

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