Food & Nutrition

Business in the Front Party in the Back: Food Items for a Corporate Event

Written by Nancy

Hosting a corporate party?  It’s time to impress your guests! The art of throwing a great party really comes down to the food choices. A tasty and versatile menu can get some exciting conversations started. Plus, a positive experience can help your company’s reputation and have your clients and stakeholders appreciating you for all the right reasons.

If you’re located in Vancouver, you’re in luck because Eat Your Cake is delivering healthy meals twice a week to select locations! Have their award-winning chefs prepare deliciously nutritious meals for your corporate party and wow everyone with your event planning skills!

Here are some ideas on how to decorate your food bar:

1.  Yummy sandwich wraps and warm paninis

If you’re hosting a midday event then a simple meal can do the trick. However, you can’t just throw chips in a bowl and call it a day. Give your guests something that fills them up but also makes it easy for them to keep interactions going. Panini sandwiches are delicious and convenient options to offer to large groups of people; be they at workshops or board meetings.


2. Lunch buffet or continental breakfast

The food is usually the highlight of every corporate event, especially when it’s during breakfast hours. If the way to your boss’s heart is through their stomach then serve them a filling portion of bacon and eggs and watch their mood lift. For easy-going snacking, you can opt for protein cookies or apple spice pancakes. A touch of sweetness is sure to make everyone happy!

3. Tropical cocktails and fruit smoothies

A warm summer afternoon can shrink appetites but there’s always time for some drinks! Line up your food station with a versatile group of drinks to help everyone chill out. A seasonal fruit smoothie can bring a sense of zest and energy to any corporate event.


4. Roasted or barbecued chicken

Dinner time events call for some traditional meals. You can’t go wrong with some barbecued chicken but you’ve got to be careful about your vegan and vegetarian counterparts. Make sure you include some steamed vegetable salads or bean soups to incorporate their tastes too.

The key is to stick to healthy, nutritious foods that make your guests feel rejuvenated post-meal. Just sign up with Eat Your Cake here and customize all your meals. Have them delivered to your desired location and stay under budget with their affordable rates!

About the Author

The writer is an event planner and fitness enthusiast based in Canada. She orders most of her meals from Eat Your Cake and is often found daydreaming about her next customized healthy meal delivery at work.

About the author



I’m Nancy and no, I didn’t always look like I do in that picture on the right. My foray into health and fitness began as a brace-faced, 16 year-old who was too afraid to wear a two-piece at the beach because I felt my body paled in comparison to my much more toned friends.