Traceable, Reliable, Sustainable Quality
Foodari has been devoted to sourcing and supplying outstanding fresh produce for 15 years. In a marketplace full of customers, growers and producers all working to exacting standards in challenging times, we stand out through our strong relationships across the supply chain.
We respond to food and buying trends as well as social and economic change. Today we are an agile and resilient business who have evolved and diversified to incorporate three divisions:
Foodari Foodservice & Catering including restaurants, hotels, pubs, visitor attractions, schools and universities
Foodari Source & Supply - sourcing Kentish, British and international produce through our in house retail and import team
Foodari Home Delivery - supporting local growers, and serving local communities www.foodarihomedelivery.com
Threaded through our three divisions is a commitment to provenance and traceability, impeccible customer service, and a commitment to leveraging cross-division benefits to support our customers. So whether you're a small household in Canterbury, a Michelin-starred chef in London, a catering manager running a busy venue, or a retailer looking for new product lines, you can expect quality fresh produce that is traceable, reliably picked and delivered, and sustainably sourced.
Our customers say:
"I challenge anyone to find better value or better quality anywhere. Thank you Foodari"
Our growers say:
"We believe it is important to work with likeminded companies such as Foodari who share our passion for local produce and acknowledge its importance throughout the supply chain"
"We want you to be as excited and passionate about our produce as we are"
Foodari takes supplier and product validation seriously. We have our own in-house supplier audit as well as valuing their-party assessments and interrogation. Here are some of the standards we expect either from ourselves or our suppliers:
"We want you to be as passionate and as excited about our produce as we are"
Jonathan Parker, Managing Director