BAYGO is bringing fresh Caribbean food to the City of London, brightening mealtimes with fresh food and good vibes, via its new online ordering platform. Powered by Preoday, the City’s corporate customers can pre-order authentic Caribbean dishes to their workspace or event.
Customers can order direct from BAYGO through its website now.
Often, staff, client and prospect meetings are fuelled by conventional sandwich platters and salads, purchased from retailers such as Marks & Spencer or Waitrose. Baygo aims to offer something different, delicious, healthy and vibrant. Its dishes have been taken from the islands of the Caribbean and reinvented for the fast-paced City lifestyle.
Khalia Ismain, BAYGO comments: “The BAYGO mission is to innovate and change the perception of what Caribbean food is and can be. Now, because of Preoday, it can be ordered online and delivered with maximum convenience and minimal fuss for corporate meetings, company parties and events. The team here at BAYGO are excited to bring the experience of the real Caribbean direct customers.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday adds: “Tastes are changing, and while there will always be space for the traditional meat, veg and fish platters that have fed meetings and events for decades, there is also a hunger from the corporate world to try something new. Because customers can order from BAYGO via its Preoday web portal, it’s extremely easy for companies to access these its exotic tastes and fall in love with its food options.”
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