SUPPLIER FOCUS: CaterCloud enhances free-to-use menu management platform

CaterCloud team headed by Commercial Director Andy North-min

Manchester-based e-f group has released its latest enhanced feature version of its free to use cloud-based, menu management platform, CaterCloud.

The easy-to-use, next generation allergen, nutrition, menu planning and costing system offers a wealth of enhanced functionality to help caterers gain significant efficiencies in their operations, to control costs and profits.

CaterCloud helps businesses ensure food safety remains a key focus. With food labelling regulations set to change in October 2021, as a result of Natasha’s Law, all England-based businesses working in the food industry will be required to clearly label all foods for direct sale, produced and packed on their premises with a full list of ingredients detailing the full allergen profile.

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Designed to help businesses prepare for this upcoming regulation, CaterCloud provides sub-allergen information and tagging and QR Code menu scanning for live allergen and nutritional information, along with the ability to print Natasha’s Law compliant food labels. CaterCloud also offers customers access to a range of accredited training for allergen awareness and food safety in conjunction with Allergy Accreditation.

CaterCloud’s innovative functionality also boasts many other benefits to enable easy-to-use menu and cost management for caterers across the hospitality, healthcare, education and retail sectors.

The flexible menu planner, with a drag and drop feature, allows the user to instantly evaluate rotational menus, costs and nutritional values using the nutritional database with 1,000s of ingredients.  All this combined allows your business to assess its performance using the interactive KPI dashboards.

Users of CaterCloud have special access to the e-foods’ Buyers’ Club and benefit from its substantial buying power. The Buyers’ Club is made up of a network of trusted accredited suppliers across the UK.  Users can purchase food and non-food goods from these suppliers and expect to generate savings of between 5 to 10%.

Paul Mizen, Chief Executive, e-f group said: “During the pandemic we haven’t rested on our laurels and we’ve been working hard behind the scenes internally and with existing clients to innovate and enhance the features of our CaterCloud system.

“With the hospitality industry set to explode again we wanted to be ready to offer that sector especially, this enhanced free software which will most certainly help catering managers and chefs maximise efficiencies, streamline processes and save costs.

“We continue to be at the forefront of delivering the innovate features the industry needs. As we’ve previously stated this is our way of giving something back to the industry upon which our business was founded.”


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