We have seen a major shift in the types of food that students are looking for. Increasingly, young people lean towards eating little and often, looking for ‘easy to grab’ foods, with swift contactless payment, before heading to their next lecture.
This is perfect at such a time where grab and go and contactless payments are quickly becoming a mandatory requirement!
Perhaps, the biggest factor though, is cost. In fact, studies show Generation Z (GenZ) have adopted a far more fiscally conservative approach, wanting to avoid debt or any types of financial hardship. Again, given the current climate, students are wise to be cost-efficient and smart with their funds as it’s not often you find a student that’s not tight for money.
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We understand the complexities of providing food for students – particularly at a time where you may be trying to figure out how to even emerge back into your university. The path is certainly not a straight one, but let’s identify where we can help. Having already established one of the most important factors to students is cost, it’s important to remember this is based solely on financial pressures.
We’re able to source what you need at the highest quality and always at the best market value. But for us, true value does not stop at savings. We endeavour to source sustainable, local and socially – catering to your every need - freeing up your time to focus on delivering the very best student experience.
For more information on how you can embrace this opportunity, message Charlie Hudson via LinkedIn or call 01895 554319.