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Kiss the Cook’s New Daily Specials Calendar Has Clients Craving What’s Cooking Next

For many years Kiss the Cook has proudly served Toronto’s corporate landscape. From tech companies, to law firms, small businesses to fortune 500’s, we feed thousands of business minds with […]

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Want to attract staff with workplace incentives? Try daily catering programs

They’re offering swag, free vacations, in some cases cash bonuses or the chance to win cars. Employers are working harder than ever to attract staff back to the workplace as […]

Sandwich catering from Kiss the Cook is the best in Toronto. Get the recipe that proves it

A surprising number of our corporate clients have shared horror stories about bad sandwich experiences. In fact, bosses are literally banning bread from their boardroom lunches. Meanwhile, lunch is supposed […]

An ode to Autumn

It’s been hard to find words these past couple years. However, it’s never hard to find inspiration. Here is one of my favorite poems, paying homage to the season. It’s […]

Daily Catering for the office has never looked better – here is why.

After a year of missing our corporate clients due to what has felt like endless lock downs, we’re finally getting some good news. Our existing daily catering clients are planning […]

Your guide to structuring the perfect daily corporate catering program

One of the first questions that organizers ask after deciding to incorporate a daily corporate catering program into their organization’s lunchtime routine is how it can be formatted. Will it […]

When is it the right time to launch a daily corporate catering program?

In past installments we’ve looked at ways to build a winning corporate catering program, and the many reasons why it makes sense to make such a substantial culinary investment—think improved […]

Sustainability, customization, experience (and deliciousness!): Daily corporate catering trends for 2019

When WeWork—the global shared workspace giant—banned meat for all of its daily catered corporate meals and events last year (fish is still on the menu), not to mention prohibiting employees […]