US-based full-service hospitality company Alchemista has expanded its food and beverage services portfolio by adding alcohol as an option.
The company said that the new catered beverage programme is expected to assist companies enhance their corporate culture and encourage their staff to have food and drinks.
The new range of drink options added to the company’s portfolio includes various selections of bottled/chilled cocktails, superhero-themed cocktails with branded colours, large format cocktails, cocktails served via backpack, region-specific wine pairings/tastings, and beer, wine or cocktails available on tap.
Alchemista founder and CEO Christine Marcus said: “When enjoyed responsibly, alcohol can play an important role in today’s workplace.
“From encouraging engagement amongst colleagues from different departments to its use as a fun conduit to learning and education, our team bring years of collective experience in building beverage programs to the table and can design programs as custom as a client desires.
“With this new addition to our already one-of-a-kind food offerings, we are now truly able to support every element of a company’s F&B needs.”
Additionally, Alchemista offers recurring catering, complete snack programme solutions, and branded treats to various customers, including Ipsen, Draft Kings, GoDaddy and Black Duck Software.
In June, Alchemista introduced a new commissary in an effort to better serve the corporate catering market. It will expand the company’s catering menu assortment with the addition of own chef-created meals.
The US-based corporate catering firm expanded its portfolio with the launch of an individualised, online food ordering service in Boston and further afield in February this year.