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Melbourne now has a great range of options when it comes to social enterprise caterers.  If you’re hosting or organising an event you might like to consider hiring a caterer where the proceeds truly go to a worthy cause.

Here is a round of up of social enterprise caterers in Melbourne truly making a difference with their work.

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P.s – If you’re a fan of social enterprises, we would love you to support our new food guide: Melbourne for Conscious Foodies. It’s all about eateries and cafes committed to supporting local, the environment and social good. And we’ll be donating 25% of the profits from each guide to a local Melbourne cause.


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ASRC Catering –  award winning caterers and the recipients of The Age Good Food Guide 2016, Food for Good Award. Their produce is locally sourced from Victorian farmers from in and around 100km radius of the Melbourne CBD, and organic where possible. All dishes are also animal and cruelty-free.

Sorghum Sisters – fresh African cuisine that you can order online. Menu items include sweets, fresh fruit, injera rolls, curries and more.

Lentil As Anything – delightful food offerings from all over the globe. Many vegetarian and vegan options.

Streat – seasonal food made from scratch, including hot and cold canapés and gourmet platters.

UCAN Cafe by Yooralla – an impressive menu range that caters for morning and afternoon tea, lunch, sweets; platters also available.

Tradeblock Cafe’ – a huge range of delicious items on offer including sandwiches, platters, soups, salads, cakes, slices and pies. Catering is only available during school terms and vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free and fructose free options are available.

Ways and Means Cafe’ – sandwiches, brioche sliders, fruit and baked sweet and savoury goods.

Kinfolk Cafe’ – Kinfolk cater for morning and afternoon tea, lunch and lunch boxes and offer canapés. Catered private dinners also available.

The Cutting Table Cafe by Social Studio  – if you’re after a menu with more exotic flavours, this is your best bet. Think fig and almond balls and African donuts, burgers and banquets.

Friends of Refugees – their trained asylum seeker chefs can cook up many authentic dishes from many different cuisines for any number of people. Cuisines include: Burmese, Sri Lankan, Afghan, Iranian, Tibetan, Nepalese and African. Email


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