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Unread 09-10-2008, 10:08 AM   #15
Caseyjoenz
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If we serve the number of guests the customer pays for, then we don't offer leftovers...food is on the table for a specific amount of time and then it comes down. If the customer pays for 200 and only 150 show up, then we will offer the leftovers along with a piece of paper that details proper food handling/holding procedures (also says by accepting leftovers, you hold harmless the caterer for whatever happens). Leftovers are ALWAYS an issue and it's probably a good idea to have it spelled out in the contract. It's not that I want to take the food home, because most of the time I do not...it's that our insurance doesn't cover us as soon as we leave the site and don't want some schmo leaving chicken on the table for five hours. A lot of gray area there...don't need a lawsuit.
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