Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Oakland’s Herbs & Spices Catering is a full service catering company specializing in an array of catering services. Herbs & Spices Catering provides the most healthy lunch alternatives to the standard corporate lunch. They serve the freshest salads with a combinations of greens and berries, the most delectable sandwiches with pesto and other sauces instead of mayo and mustard, grilled chicken breast with salads, grilled vegetables, quinoa, fresh berries and other mixed fruits.
Now, Herbs & Spices Catering has gone green and eco-friendly by using compostable materials like platters and eating utensils, to-go bags and more. They also recycle all of their cooking oils.
“Everyone needs to play a part in helping the environment,” said Wendy Shay, head chef and founder of Herbs & Spices Catering. “There is a lot of waste in the food business and if we can be responsible about the waste we are helping the environment.”
Head Chef and founder Wendy Shay has been dishing out culinary creations since the company’s founding in 2001. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Wendy is in the know when it comes to finding the best seasonal ingredients around for her culturally diverse cuisines. Between her genuine passion and impressive talent in the kitchen, Wendy Shay has made Herbs & Spices Catering an award-winning catering service for clientele throughout the Alameda, Oakland, East Bay and San Francisco.
For more information on Herbs & Spices Catering and their services, call (415) 816-3334 or visit them on the web at http://www.herbsandspiceschef.com. They are located at 2711 Encinal Avenue, Alameda, CA 94501.
About Herbs & Spices Catering
Herbs & Spices Catering is an Alameda-based, full-service catering company providing a variety of catering services for both small and large party gatherings including corporate catering service and deliveries; breakfast, lunch catering and dinner catering for wedding and birthday gatherings; and much more. They have been voted among the Best Caterers in Alameda by Alameda Magazine in 2010.