At Kudos Delivered we have lots of things that make us different and mean we are always offering our clients the best possible service.
Our talented kitchen team, and indeed the whole team at Kudos Delivered, are very passionate about the food we produce. We try new items, comment weekly about the taste and look of the dishes, canvas as much feedback as possible from our clients, and use this all to make Kudos Delivered food the best it can be. Our Executive Chef, Richard Webb, travels a lot and always comes back with new ideas and inspiration.
We always ensure our food is 100% homemade. We use seasonal and fresh produce in all our menus, and to ensure variety we change our sandwich menu every two weeks.
Our food takes inspiration from the other great companies within our partnership, not least of all Daniel Clifford’s two Michelin-starred restaurant in Cambridge, Midsummer House. As Creative Director for KUDOS, Daniel has an influence over the content, design and direction of our menus.
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Sustainable food is produced with good practices that minimise the impact on the environment, as well as providing social and economic benefits.
We only buy fish that is listed in the Good Fish Guide by the Marine Conservation Society, as well as fish that is MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) accredited and certified. This ensures all our fish is from sustainable sources and stocks, as well as protecting the future of our living seas.
We are currently working with the Soil Association to achieve the Food for Life Catering Mark. It is the only UK wide food certification scheme that provides a guarantee that food is fresh, seasonal and better for animal welfare.
We took up the Fairtrade Foundation Challenge and put changes on the menu, ensuring a fair deal to the people who produce our food in some of the world’s poorest countries.
We always try to source British, locally sourced products when in season and at the peak of freshness and flavour. By supporting British farmers, we believe we are also playing a vital role in safeguarding the future of the countryside.