Phoenix-based catering company launches gourmet meal delivery service

Sep 25, 2021, 5:00 AM
(Fabulous Food photo)...
(Fabulous Food photo)
(Fabulous Food photo)

PHOENIX — A Phoenix-based catering company that has provided services for corporate events, weddings and other gatherings for more than two decades recently announced the debut of a meal delivery service.

The new service by Fabulous Food was born out of the COVID-19 pandemic after large events were halted due to the virus.

“We found that while we couldn’t help execute large events for our clients during this time, they still wanted to enjoy our food so we came up with a solution,” Chantal Hause, who owns Fabulous Food with her husband, said in a press release.

The company provided clients with individually packaged meals for employees as well as complete holiday meals for families on Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, with demand for the service resulting in the couple creating Fab Chef’s Table.

People can choose from a variety of options on the website and have it delivered throughout the Valley without the use of third-party vendors, according to the release.

The meals, delivered Monday for orders in the previous week, are fully-cooked and can be eaten within five days but are also available to be frozen for up to two weeks, according to the website.

The company also offers vegan and vegetarian options.

Hause in the release added that despite being a full-service catering company with a restaurant that was shut down due to COVID-19, Fabulous Food was able to keep most of its key staff.

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Phoenix-based catering company launches gourmet meal delivery service