Three weeks to go until Christmas. And less than 3 weeks to plan those perfect gifts for your team mates. Whether it's an awesome apron, a premium chef's jacket or a cool pair of pants, make sure it's 100% Organic cotton - perfect for keeping everyone cool during these festive times. Share premium quality with you premium team this year.
Share Cream Collection. Last order dates are here.
Christmas shopping has started and everywhere you look, people are navigating shopping
centres in their lunch breaks and on weekends, gathering shopping bags holding the presents for
loved ones. Show your environment the same love and avoid using and collecting all those toxic shiny plastic bags to hold your Christmas shopping. Take your own cotton shopping bags - or better still take this stylish Organic cotton tote bag with you to load your gifts into - You'll will be making a big difference (and
avoiding mountains of unwanted plastic bags in your home once they have all been emptied).
This stylish tote bag is free to you with any purchase to the value of $100.00 or more, just for this awesome month of December 2018.
One little thing you may not know about "Eco friendly " fabric shopping bags - unfortunately there's NOTHING eco friendly about them. Unless they're made from Organic cotton they're made from cotton which has been sprayed with toxic pesticides, which is terrible for the environment, the birds, insects, rivers, waterways, oceans, marine life and all of us breathing in these pesticides. Next time you're offered, or want to buy an Eco friendly bag please ask if i's made from organic cotton, if not - decline it.
* Please note * The value of the purchase must be for garments purchased to the value of $100.00 or more, the value does not include postage costs, thanks for your understanding.
Thanks to these 3 teams of legends who collectively raised awareness and donated funds from selling tickets to their Food for Thought dinners this month - all funds going to R U OK? and Lifeline Australia.
The teams from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne generously gave their time and creativity to prepare menus for their guests. The Food for Thought dinner was masterminded by Mal Meiers who suffered from anxiety which affected him and his career. He also saw how depression was affecting his team mates. This is what Food for Thought dinners are all about.
"A coming together of hospitality excellence to break down the stigma surrounding mental health."
Since 2014, the annual Food for Thought charity dinners, have founded a unique collaboration of emerging and talented hospitality professionals to create exceptional dinners for a higher cause. The core theme to Food for Thought is encouraging conversation around the dinner table or through hospitality to ease the weight of the stigma around mental health.
“These dinners were sparked by my own experience, having personally faced this. My hope is to help broaden the awareness of the support that’s available – to not only my peers, but to the wider community, for all those who suffer in silence.” Says Mal Meiers
“After 5 years the conversation is just beginning, but we need to work together as an industry if we want make serious change. Hospitality is only the tip of our industries “iceberg,” awareness needs to be considered as it is with a sense of paddock to plate with our producers often more at risk and isolated”. concludes Mal Meiers
Thank you Mal and Kate, for traveling the country, and to the Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne teams. You are all legends.
To celebrate all things Natural and Ethical, we'd like you and your team to experience how awesome Organic cotton aprons feel to work in. All CREAM Collection Natural & White aprons are a special price of just $30.00 Australian dollars. There are 3 styles to choose from, Apron Jo is a neck loop strap apron, perfect for slipping on quickly, Apron Jack is a crossback strap apron which is great for your posture and Apron Harry is perfect for FOH teams. First come, first served until sold out.
No matter where in Australia you may reside, you all ask us the same question - “Where can we try on the Cream Collection attire?”
You may be familiar with our range of premium quality 100% organic cotton from social media, or you've seen your mates rocking it, or it's been recommended to you, but what you really want is to do is feel for yourself what everyone is talking about. You really want the chance to try everything on, to see it, to touch it and feel it. You want to experience what sets the Cream Collection clothing apart from it's competitors, and even better, you want to get into those new styles as soon as they are launched.
There is a way - and it’s so easy you’ll wonder why it didn’t think of it before...
Just as you ask us: “Do you have a sales rep in Perth? Brisbane? Adelaide? Melbourne where we can try on your clothes?” And our answer to you is: not yet, BUT you can make your life even more convenient by asking the hospitality sales reps who call on you to stock our clothing. Chat to your friendly hospitality sales reps explaining exactly what you want. Suggest to them to stock the industry leader in hospitality attire as you deserve the best. They’re there to make your life convenient and will be happy to oblige. it will be a true win win.
You'll be able to have regular access to try, feel and experience the luxury of your new Cream Collection attire without ever having to leave your work place. So convenient, so easy. As yours is one of the busiest professions out there, we understand how time poor it can, and heading out to look for new attire may be a little difficult. Having hospitality sales reps who stock Cream Collection come and visit you will make things easy for you, you’ll be able to try on everything in your place of work, all the awesome styles, all the sizes.
Make looking and feeling good the priority it needs to be, talk to your hospitality sales reps whether they be from Wagga Wagga, Wineglass Bay or Walhalla, as we can work with them to help you.
Why haven't we thought about this sooner?
As you'd like to your teams to look and feel their absolute best for the festive season, we'd like to share these Last order dates with you.
We're here to help and to see your teams beaming with pride this season.
Call 1300 84 62 63
E mail email@example.com
Do you see a picture of pride? Of professionalism? Of purpose?
Or do you see a tatty greying polyester jacket or shirt, a fraying horrid blue and white striped apron, ill fitting pants and overworked shoes?
If you think you, your team and your brand deserve a slicker appearance, if you'd like your team to reward you and of you think your brand should have it;s own unique look, I think we should talk, And talk quickly so that you're putting your best foot forward when all the summer crowds descend on you in a weeks time. Let's get you looking and feeling awesome. The number to call is 1300 84 62 63.
When I started this company I was a relatively new comer to the country, the culture, let alone the Australian language. Yes, I speak English, but I didn't speak Australian.
My understanding of the word 'Workwear' was any clothing item one would wear to work, whether it be a beautiful linen dress or a rugged pair of biker pants, it was all clothing which one worked in. Little did I know that in my new adoptive country the word 'Workwear' meant : High Visibilty, hard core protective clothing with highly reflective bits of tape stitched on where ever it could be fitted....
And so after many customers mentioned that the word Workwear wasn't fitting for a premium brand of clothing, we put it out to see what you our customers thought we should brand our creative offering. You may remember the survey we ran we few months ago where we asked for your input. Our favouritre option seems to be your favourite as well, and we're now proudly CREAM COLLECTION. We love it. Thank you for voting and for your input. No more visions of hard core high visibility fluro polyester clothing, just beautiful images of cool and comfortable organic cotton clothing. Your favourite brand of hospitality attire is now CREAM COLLECTION.
Thanks to these superstars who collectively raised 20k at the first of 3 outstanding Food for Thought events last Monday in Brisbane.
The event was SOLD out days before and these are the awesome magicians who gave their time, their creativity and support - Thank you
Chef Mal Meiers - from Subo/Food for Thought
Chef Scott Webster- from Billy Kart
Chef Will Cowper - from OTTO Brisbane
Chef Ben Williamson - from Gerard’s Bistro
Chef Shayne Mansfield - from Botanica
Chef Zac Sykes - Celissa/Beirne Lane
Sommelier Kate Christensen - Founder Food + Wine Popup
And Sydney tonight is your turn, want a ticket? Here's the link be quick!
Melbourne -last not not least your event is next Monday here's the link
What is "Food for Thought?" It's a coming together of hospitality excellence to break down the stigma surrounding mental health. Since 2014, the annual Food for Thought charity dinners, have founded a unique collaboration of emerging and talented hospitality professionals to create exceptional dinners for a higher cause.
The core theme to Food for Thought is encouraging conversation around the dinner table or through hospitality to ease the weight of the stigma around mental health. “These dinners were sparked by my own experience, having personally faced this. My hope is to help broaden the awareness of the support that’s available – to not only my peers, but to the wider community, for all those who suffer in silence.” Says Mal Meiers In 2018, off to back of the first international event in Auckland scheduled for October 21st, the concept will evolve to include not only emerging hospitality talent but include established chefs to mentor and make a unified statement that as an industry we are ready reconnect with one another and start a conversation that could change a life.
This November's Food for Thought events aim to bring the industry together as one through the introduction of the mentor program in Sydney as well the involvement of both established and emerging chefs across the other events. Brisbane and Melbourne this year will host tasting menu style events in each city with the help of Australia’s best producers across its food and beverage offering put together by some the best professionals each city has to offer. This years, Sydney event will see executive and head chefs from venues like Quay, Bennelong, Aria and Icebergs mentoring Food for Thought chefs to show that as an industry we are taking the issues surrounding mental health seriously. The night will see Food for Thought chefs recreate a dish from some of the mentors as the canapes served, as well as the introduction of the targeted industry R U OK? hospitality campaign and training resources the 2017 Food for Thought campaign helped fund. From 2018 on wards, all moneys raised by Food for Thought will go towards continuing to help R U OK? and sharing the message of conversation as well helping fund the invaluable crisis support and suicide prevention services by Lifeline Australia.
For more info and media inquiries please contact Mal Meiers by email: firstname.lastname@example.org