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Ivy Functions

We’ve continued to grow our relationship with Merivale, as they develop their offsite catering services, made by Merivale, and expand their events experiences across their wide-ranging portfolio. We supply a vast range of cuts from beef to poultry to small goods. We pride ourselves on our ability to supply high-volume, quality products and on our ongoing collaboration with their creative menu development teams to bring the best produce to their unique catering requirements.

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Simon Ekas Catering

Since the beginning, we’ve worked with Simon Ekas Catering sourcing produce from small, boutique farmers and producers for their high-end boutique to large-scale, first-class catering events

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ICC Sydney

The International Convention Centre Sydney is setting new standards with Executive Chef, Tony Panetta, committed to producing a menu full of high-quality ingredients proven to boost alertness and improve experiences at conventions and gala dinners. We’ve provided them with consistent quality portions since their launch in 2016.

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For several years, we’ve worked closely with Haverick Meats to specialise all of our meat products across our menu ranges. Being such a specialty catering company, it’s important that we have flexibility when it comes to our orders and the style of the cuts we use. The team at Haverick is always spot on in what they provide, and their customer service is top notch.

George Sinclair, Pearl Catering

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