One of the pitfalls of catering is not having enough food. This is definitely something to avoid. You don’t want your guests to leave hungry. This can help you figure out how much food you might need. There are factors to consider such as how many guests you have and how much each guest should be given to eat. This can help you avoid the embarrassment of someone not being fed and not enjoying your event because of it.
- Caterers will face some serious challenges during any event. Decide how much food really is enough for people at the event.
- Catering is best left to professionals, who are experienced enough to estimate. They are a valuable source of information during the planning stages.
- Think about the duration of the event now taking place. The longer the event, the hungrier people may find themselves over time.
“As a caterer, knowing how much food is too much for an event is one of the trickiest parts of the business, as you could run into a shortage of food or end up bringing too much should this aspect not be properly taken care of.”
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