Catering Central

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1558 Gladding Ct. Milpitas CA 95035Call Us: (650) 961-3300

Catered Company Lunches

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The days of randomly catered corporate lunches seem to be behind us, as more and more companies opt for themed menus. The benefits of serving food with a theme far outweigh menus with no through line, as people experience a variety of complimentary flavor profiles in one sitting.

Themed menus offer a meticulously chosen selection of flavors dictated by a particular ethnic cuisine. Nothing is out of place, and all ingredients are there to add value. When you choose a themed meal from Catering Central, you are guaranteed a quality product that is sure to enhance your corporate function. Your staff will remember the meal, and build memories together – which is everything you could want in a company event.

If you’re looking to cater an upcoming corporate event, we would love to work with you to make it happen. We do Private Party catering in the San Francisco Bay Area, Corporate Catering in Silicon Valley (94027), and events all the way from Mountain View to San Francisco. If you’re looking for catering when it comes to parties, events and gatherings – call us today on (650) 961-3300.

New Year, Healthier Food

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Welcome to a brand new year! We all love new years, because they represent so many possibilities and opportunities to begin again. If one of your resolutions for 2015 is to eat healthier, we have some tips to get started.

1) Learn about what’s in your food – especially the ingredients that you want to stay away from. Highly processed foods may be a quick fix in times of hunger, but they will hurt your health in the long run. Steer clear of aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, MSG, trans fats and artificial food coloring – just to name a few.

2) Calm down on the carbs. Once you kick the carb addiction, you’ll be making space in your diet for more nutrient dense ways to nourish your body. Keep complex carbs for the morning, to provide your body with the long burning energy of whole grains.

3) Eat whole! Make your own food from real, fresh ingredients – this is called a whole foods eating plan. When you eat out, look for food that is also fresh and real. Author Kim Barnouin once said, “If you can’t explain how it’s made to a 7 year old, don’t eat it.”

You only get one body – treat it well! Happy 2015!