Bartlett Mitchell is launching BM Delivered – a service developed to support clients looking for temporary food solutions during the post-Covid lockdown period.
BM Delivered will be offered to all clients facing reduced footfall in their buildings over the next few months, or those looking for individually packaged meals to bolster safe distancing measures during recovery.
Using an existing central production kitchen previously used for BM events, the company has integrated new technology to be able to deliver office meals and hospitality during the transition.
As part of the move, the company has developed its Pearpay app to fully embed it into its operations. This means that people can place orders directly on the app for delivery to their desks.
BM Delivered will include a wide range of options, from simple breakfasts or grab-and-go items for a restaurant or coffee bar, Bento Box meals for teams, to full hospitality for meetings and events.
The menus, designed by BM chef director Pete Redman, are freshly prepared every day and delivered in sustainable packaging.
The company is also offering clients a ‘Cook at Home’ range of take-home meal kits as well as a new ‘Home Store’ option for general groceries, enabling them to offer their teams a safe food option without the need to visit the high street for essentials.
Francois Gautreaux, UK managing director at Bartlett Mitchell, said: “We understand the challenges some of our clients are facing and are looking at lots of different ways of supporting them during these difficult times. BM Delivered can be an efficient and effective interim solution on our journey to full population.”
Pete Redman, chef director at the company, said: “The aim is to get the best of a BM restaurant and deliver it in carefully packaged format.”