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Northern Virginia Catering Company, Silver Spoon Caterers, Announces Lunch Catering Menu

July 31, 2013

Northern Virginia and D.C. Metro Area catering company Silver Spoon Caterers announces their new lunch catering menu to further serve their corporate customers.

Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

Since 1997, Silver Spoon Caterers has been the go-to corporate catering company for a wide variety of events, including plated dinners, company picnics, board meetings, seminars and more.

In order to deliver delicious, high quality, healthful food to business settings all over the region, Silver Spoon has ramped up efforts with a 4 star lunch menu, available for any occasion, or no occasion.

Silver Spoon owner Audrey Lustre explains: “Happy workers work harder, and having the company say “Good work!” with delicious food is a very cost-effective way to build morale. That’s why we offer an extensive lunch menu and also why we offer a corporate loyalty program. There’s still a misconception that great food is expensive, that pizza and hamburgers are the only cost-effective way to go. But that’s not true, and our lunch menu is our way of proving that.”

Silver Spoon Caterers can accommodate any dietary need, such as gluten-free, vegan or diabetic. They offer boxed lunches of sandwiches, wraps or paninis, including your choice of two sides, or a platter-style choice if you’re feeding a crowd. There are choices for every taste, budget and size of group.

About Silver Spoon Caterers

Since 1997, family-owned and woman-operated Silver Spoon Caterers has served fresh, delicious, top quality food to both corporate and private companies in the DC Metro and Northern Virginia areas. From charity galas to national conventions to intimate gatherings, their commitment to quality, value and careful service makes them the number one choice for catering any event. Visit their website at http://www.silverspooncaterers.com to order online or call 703-968-2950

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