The Best and Worst Foods to Cater for Your Meeting

The office break room is often the scene of many a conference or meeting. It’s also the place where, more often than not, unhealthy snacks and drinks are served. Planning ahead and being mindful of what you cater for your employees can make all the difference in their productivity and how they feel after the meeting. Here are some tips on what to include (and avoid) when stocking your next spread.

The office break room is often the scene of many a conference or meeting.

When it comes to catering for a meeting, sandwiches and salads are often the go-to options. However, there are a few reasons why you should avoid these staples and opt for something else. First, sandwiches and salads can be quite messy, which can be disruptive during a meeting. Second, they often don’t provide enough sustenance to keep people focused throughout an entire meeting. And third, they can be quite boring after a while – especially if you have the same thing day after day.

It’s also the place where, more often than not, unhealthy snacks and drinks are served.

If you’re looking to avoid sandwiches and salads at your next catered meeting, you’re not alone. According to a recent study, these are the two most popular items on catering menus – but they’re also the two most unhealthy options. Instead of opting for unhealthy snacks and drinks, try one of these five healthier alternatives:

1. Fresh fruit platters

2. Veggie trays with dips

3. Charcuterie Board

4. Yogurt and Granola

5. Chicken & Beef

Planning ahead and being mindful of what you cater for your employees can make all the difference in their productivity and how they feel after the meeting.

If you’re planning a catered meeting, you might be tempted to go with the classics like sandwiches and salads. But if you want your employees to be productive and feel good after the meeting, avoid these options. Instead, opt for something that will give them sustained energy throughout the meeting. Choose items that are high in protein and healthy fats to keep their brains alert and focused. And make sure there’s plenty of water on hand to keep everyone hydrated. With a little planning ahead, you can ensure that your catered meeting is a success!

Here are some tips on what to include (and avoid) when stocking your next spread: Include fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain crackers and breads, healthy dips like hummus, yogurt or salsa.

When it comes to catering for a meeting, there are certain foods that you should avoid. Sandwiches and salads are two of the biggest offenders. Both of these food items tend to be unhealthy and unappetizing. Instead, opt for fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain crackers and breads, healthy dips like hummus or yogurt salsa. By following these tips, you can be sure that your next catering spread will be a success!

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