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  • How is street food changing corporate catering?
  • How is street food changing corporate catering?
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City Pantry: bringing street food to meeting rooms

Be it a gourmet burger, falafel wrap or hand-held curry, 2.5 billion people around the world tuck into some form of street food every day. City Pantry now wants to bring that succulent grub into offices, replacing the usual corporate fare of stale sandwiches. Can it revolutionise the city lunch?

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Be it a gourmet burger, falafel wrap or hand-held curry, 2.5 billion people around the world tuck into some form of street food every day. [1] This type of cuisine has rapidly grown in popularity in the West, with the number of registered UK vendors increasing from ten in 2009 to over 1,000 in 2015. [2] London in particular has been hit by the ‘street food revolution’, with Street Feast London expecting to sell three million meals across six sites in 2015. [3]

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