Lexington Expands Cloud-based Food Delivery in London

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LexUnboxed, a cloud-based delivery service from Lexington Catering, is being extended to a six-mile radius of the company’s dedicated kitchen facilities at Cheapside in the City of London.

Chefs have created a menu that appeals to all dietary requirements and is prepared using seasonally available, locally-sourced ingredients. Meals are transported in plant-based and fully compostable packaging, with items available with individual wrapping or boxed for groups of six or more.

Lexington have also introduced options which are high in fibre and include slow-release carbohydrates and foods rich in Omega-3, with customers presented with a selection from breakfast bowls to freshly baked pastries. Lunch and dinner menus nclude salad and sandwich boxes with a choice of proteins and personalised options and a selection of fruit and desserts. There is also a choice of drinks available which can be delivered with the food and calorie and allergen information is included for all food items.

Matt Wood, managing director, says: “Lex Unboxed was created for businesses that want to provide employees and guests with a high-quality hospitality offering but do not have the catering facilities to deliver such a service.

“How and where people work has changed over the past 2 years, and this had led to the need for more flexible catering options. Health and wellbeing has become increasingly important to our customers, as has a demand for an adaptable catering service that meets a variety of tastes and dietary needs.

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LexUnboxed provides offices with delicious food, created by talented chefs with extensive experience of providing premium quality food in the workplace, and is easy to order and does not require an on-site kitchen. Due to the initial success, we have now expanded the delivery area so that more workplaces and offices can benefit and have access to this cloud-based solution.”

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