The two companies, who already work together at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, plan to manage three main food zones at the event, including a street food themed zone and a range of one-off outlets such as a Champagne & Seafood Bar, a Wine & Pimms Bars and artisan coffee bars for the show's 150,000 visitors.
Creativevents managing director Adrian Willson said: “It is fantastic to earn this kind of recognition for our creative, high quality ideas. Our close working relationship with The Fine Food Company has enabled us to deliver a truly bespoke food experience which delivers real value for money to a very discernible customer. We have developed an excellent knowledge of the audience and the level of service and quality they expect.”
Rob Tame, managing director of The Fine Food Company added: “Our expertise at cooking to order while coping with high volumes but with premium concepts comes from our wide ranging experience with a variety of audiences and attractions. We work very hard to deliver a unique event experience for our client and customers and both companies are committed to animal welfare, sustainability and sourcing good local ingredients.”
Creativevents and The Fine Food Company started working together in 2011 through their five year public catering contract at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Caroline Hills, head of shows operations at RHS, said she was excited to be working with them again on another horticultural show.
“Creativevents and The Fine Food Company continue to demonstrate their understanding of our visitors and have proposed catering concepts with the quality, style and creativeness that our visitors have come to expect of a world-class show," she said. "We’re very excited to be working with them again to build on the success of the past three years.”
The Hampton Court Flower Show is open from 8 to 13 July 2014.