Features

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Online
System
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Streamlines
Administration
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Set Meal
Limits
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Single or Digital
Meal Tickets
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Grub
to go
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Multiple
catering points
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Catering
Interface
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Created in line
with GDPR
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Access live
meal data
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Valuable
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What people say about grub stub

  • Grub Stub offered us a very easy solution to manage crew catering whilst also providing an additional solution in terms of badging crew from a security perspective. Now post-event, we have accurate data which shows us that we are actually over-ordering crew catering, so not only did Grub Stub make our lives easier, it will also save us money in the long run.

    Hannah Tapper Senior Events Manager at Cisco Live
  • We will certainly be using this system again in the future and no doubt I expect to see this rolled out at many more festivals and events. A great system that saves time and gives good evaluation.

    Malcolm Haynes Glastonbury Festival
  • It does seem to save money, especially over the live days, and the figures we get now verify the final numbers the caterers give us.

    Chris Johnson Shambala Director
  • Love Grub Stub. After a day of running around in the sheeting rain/blazing sun working at an event I need food and I need it as quickly as possible. Grub Stub is the thing that makes that happen and makes it happen much quicker than vouchers.

    Duncan Hoffman Coach Manager at Shambala Festival
  • As a caterer, using Grub Stub has helped greatly to create order in our dining room admission and meal tallying process at the festivals we do.

    Chris Mitchell Latitude 45 Catering

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Food Waste

Assuming a meal costs £5, Grub Stub has found festivals on average spend £23,500 on uneaten crew meals, and up to £100,000 for events with more than 35,000 meals.

This not only impacts your catering spend but the environment too. Cooked food cannot be salvaged for donation so it usually ends up in the compost or general waste bins, with the cost of disposal a further burden on the budget.