Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Cater2.me Launches in Boston

When I worked in offices, the typical "office lunch" consisted of mediocre pizza and some deep-fried sides. 

Don't get me wrong: I always appreciate a free lunch, but I wished the companies I worked for had better options for large take-out orders and deliveries. Nowadays, that's where Cater2.me comes in. And they just launched in Boston this week.

Cater2.me launches in Boston | The Economical Eater

Whether you need food for 15 or 400 at the office, Cater2.me has you covered (as long as you're in the Greater Boston area). They act as middlemen, coordinating and scheduling food vendors to deliver meals to your office on a scheduled or recurring basis. They handle everything from vendor and menu selection to customer service, logistics, and billing. All you have to do is wait for lunch to arrive!

Another cool thing about Cater2.me is that they strive to work with a variety of food vendors - everything from farmers' markets to food trucks to restaurants - in order to have enough options to cover every one of your omnivore, vegan, and gluten-intolerant (to name a few) colleagues. Just a few of the Boston vendors Cater2.me is working with include Fugu TruckKupel's BakeryPennypackers, and Thai North.

Cater2.me already has offices in San Francisco, New York City, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. To date, Cater2.me has served over 3,000,000 meals to companies such as Warby Parker, Eventbrite, Adobe, LinkedIn, Yahoo, and Pinterest.

Interested in checking out Cater2.me for yourself? Simply head to their homepage, submit your information, and someone from Cater2.me will be in touch right away.

Would you ever use a service like Cater2.me? Why or why not?

*This is not a sponsored post. The folks at Cater2.me reached out to me regarding their launch, and it sounded like a cool service that I thought many of you would find interesting/helpful. 

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