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Factory Fresh: Delivery of Market-Fresh Contemporary Menus by Chef Camila Betin
A creative catering kitchen and events space in 798 Art District, FACTORY by Salt has recently introduced a daily meal plan delivery service called FACTORY Fresh. A concept in line with their wholesome kitchen philosophy, these meal plans are focused on using fresh and local produce and each of the new Summer Market Menus are catered to your own lifestyle and fitness goals.
With the original team behind the former SALT, ZAP Urban Eatery, Terra and Alameda, the triple threat behind FACTORY by Salt- Gaby Alves, Jennifer Eden and the talented Brazilian Executive Chef Camila Betin are proud to launch their FACTORY Fresh summer menus.
“Drawing inspiration from the healthy lifestyles of the world, and the one’s lead by the FACTORY team themselves, we have created Beijing’s first nutritiously-balanced, made-fresh-each-morning, meal-plan delivery service. It’s super exciting. After trialling the service with some of Beijing’s most active, interesting and experienced foodies, dieters and fitness fanatics – we are all ready to go live.” - Jennifer Eden, Marketing Director of Factory & Factory Fresh
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