Eat to the Beat secures 19th contract with Glastonbury

21 June 2017 by
Eat to the Beat secures 19th contract with Glastonbury

Artist, production and crew catering division of Global Infusion Group Eat to the Beat is preparing to provide the backstage catering for artists, crews and support teams at Glastonbury Festival.

Eat to the Beat will support four main areas, including Pyramid crew and BBC, Pyramid artists, Other Stage and Aggreko. The catering will continue through the time the site is cleared.

Eat to the Beat global operations director Mary Shelley-Smith said: "We are committed to reducing our footprint wherever possible. We not only use locally sourced products, but use the on-site wholesale market for fruit, veg, dairy and so on. We are also very proud to have achieved the internationally recognised standard for the environmental management of business (ISO 14001), which has been awarded to only 1% of UK businesses, as well as ISO 9001, which assesses the quality management systems in place within the business."

The company uses recyclable and biodegradable disposable service-ware, discourages water wastage and sources ingredients locally.

Foodservice company Global Infusion Group's Eat to the Beat began in 1984 and has provided backstage crew and artist catering support for clientele including Lady Gaga and Coldplay.

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