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BWG Foodservice exhibits at CATEX for first time in 2017

Ricky O’Brien, Commercial Manager, BWG Foodservice, John Moane, Managing Director Wholesale BWG Foods; Jenny Egan, Marketing Manager
BWG Foods Wholesale Division and Leo Crawford, CEO BWG Group at Catex 2017 for the launch of The Chef’s Book


Official launch of The Chef’s Book

BWG Foodservice is exhibiting at CATEX for the first time this year. The company is using the show to launch its new food service book, The Chef’s Book. The new publication showcases the full range of products and information that you need to run a food business including interviews, photos, information on suppliers and calories.

As Ireland’s largest foodservice and hospitality show, CATEX provides BWG Foodservice with an essential platform to promote The Chef’s Book directly to industry buyers.

According to Ricky O’Brien, Commercial Manager, BWG Foodservice: “We are delighted to launch The Chef’s Book here at CATEX. A huge body of work has gone into the production of this book and we are extremely proud of the finished product, which includes wonderful photography and vital information for those working in the foodservice industry. The Chef’s Book also highlights the volume of Irish suppliers we work with which is hugely important to us to make sure the food that BWG Foodservice delivers to our customers is the best quality, home grown fare on the market. The book will also be the first of its kind to highlight calories as a useful reference guide. We hope that it is a very useful tool for those in the industry.”

BWG Foodservice is a division of BWG Foods and one of Ireland’s leading indigenous retail and wholesale groups. BWG Foodservice provides everything the caterer needs; chilled, frozen, ambient, alcohol and non-food products from state-of-the-art multi-temperature storage and transportation facilities, ensuring that all goods arrive to their customers in premium condition. Serving the country from seven key depots in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Letterkenny, Killarney, Ennis and Dundalk and with the support of additional Value Centre wholesale cash and carries, they have a strong presence around the country. This makes the company unique and gives them the ability to respond to individual and local needs.

More than 10,000 visitors attended CATEX 2015, and  the IFSA anticipates that the number of attendees will increase further this year. Of the 10,000 visitors in 2015, 71% classified themselves as CEO, chef, or proprietor, proving that CATEX presents an ideal opportunity to network with key purchasers in the sector.

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