Pre-packed Bulk Supply

Image of pre-packed vegetable processCatering is a primary service category within BOSASA IFM’s larger product offer.  While we look after your needs with regards to buying and preparation of food, you’re freed up to spend more time on running your core business. At the same time, your company will benefit from our years of experience and exceptional ability to procure in bulk and achieve cost efficiencies.

At BOSASA IFM, we understand that when it comes to managing catering services, buying food in bulk is the most efficient way to do things. This is true for restaurants, diners and canteens in high-density accommodation facilities. With this in mind, we are now able to offer pre-packed bulk supply products to our clients and the catering industry at large. Additionally, our BBBEE procurement recognition level of 125% allows extra advantages for clients to partake in national policies of empowerment and economic transformation.

 Advantages of Buying in Bulk through BOSASA IFM 
  • We’re able to achieve better pricing structures through a national purchasing network, which we then pass on to our customers.
  • We have existing partnerships with some of South Africa’s top suppliers, meaning we know that we can provide you with top-quality branded food and products.
  • Our catering experts have created highly effective methods of storage for keeping food both fresh and accessible nationally.
  • In order to manage your food stock and ordering process, we’re able to offer you our state-of-the-art catering software product, trustMASTER Cater Manager.
  • Our dietetics experts will ensure that the food and meals we prepare contain the proper nutrients, as well as being delicious.
  • In addition to all these advantages, at BOSASA IFM, we have years of experience in catering for specific dietary requests. We can provide tasty alternatives for a few within a large group, or ensure that the entire selection of food meets exact requirements for all diners. This includes religious or culture based requests, for example kosher meals. We’re also able to assist those who have health problems, including intolerances and allergies.

    Call the Bosasa IFM reception desk on +27 (0)11 662 6000 or email us for more information on our brands and full facilities management services.
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