Our 2009 food supply covered roughly 200 people. I estimate it was about 50% above what we needed.
Delivery from ADVANTAGE FOOD & BEVERAGE
648 N Cassady Ave Columbus, OH 43219 (614) 253-7200 (614) 253-5401 fax
34 cases Canned Pop, $10 each (816 cans)
8 cases Bottled Water $10 each (192 bottles)
600 Individual Chips (1 oz. Frito-Lay) $0.42 each
8 Assorted K-Cup Coffee - 25 Count (total 200 servings coffee) $12.50 each
Keurig coffee machine rental was free (Keurig brews 1 cup per unit inserted)
sugar, creamer, stirrers, cups not included
Advantage total with tax, no delivery charge: $822
Items delivered Friday night, stored overnight in classroom, moved to cafe area for serving
Delivery from Panera Bread
Cafe 3018 1619 N. High St. 614-297-6800
17 packs bagels (18 per pack) (306 bagels) $12 each
15 tubs cream cheese, $5.29 each
Panera total $283
Items delivered 8:30 AM Saturday
$163 at Kroger (N. High St.). Included cookies, muffins, apples, clementines, bananas*, sugar/creamer/cups/stirrers for coffee, raisin packets, granola bars, pop-tarts, peanuts (served in dixie cups), napkins, paper towels, garbage bags, freezer bags (for leftovers).
* - most bananas in supermarket are underripe. Should pre-buy.
Brought each morning by volunteers in 7-lb bags. 3 plastic bins filled with pop and ice.
Continued to use pop, snacks, bagels from Saturday.
Delivery by Adriatico's
(chosen by asking for recommendations from students)
265 W 11th Ave. 614-421-2300
18 "buckeye" sized pizzas (enormous rectangles) - $31.80 each
plates & napkins included free
Food total $1841, about $9.21 each. Not being tied to a monopoly caterer is tEh win.