• INTEGRITY

    OUR RELATIONSHIPS AND PARTNERSHIPS ARE BUILT ON TRUST, TRANSPARENCY AND HONESTY. CLIENTS NEEDS COME FIRST, AND WE NEVER TAKE MONEY FROM SUPPLIERS. WE VALUE OUR AUTONOMY AND ABILITY TO PROVIDE INDEPENDENT ADVICE OVER SHORT-TERM GAIN.

  • EXPERTISE

    Utilising in-depth and multi-layered insight, we advise on every aspect of supply for hospitality and food service. Working with manufacturers and growers, as well as wholesalers, we provide solutions to restaurants, hotels, contract caterers and other industry clients.

  • PROFIT FOCUSED

    Without the constraints of supplier agreements, we take a flexible approach to increasing client profits. Reducing costs is standard; improving quality, ensuring good service, inspiring innovation, and guaranteeing availability form equal parts of our customer equation.

  • BESPOKE

    Cookie-cutter solutions aren’t our thing. We treat our clients as individuals and take a holistic view of their needs. Great value lies in collaborative relationships that enable us to go beyond what we’re tasked with.

Prestige Purchasing works with Foodservice and Hospitality businesses to strengthen supply chains. We have decades of experience through our highly skilled team, and adapt our techniques and strategies, embracing innovation, fresh approaches and new technology.

Keeping our focus on clients, rather than preferred suppliers allows us to operate with autonomy and transparency to develop individual solutions. Our vision is holistic, with equal values on quality, availability and innovation and of course our clients profitability.

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