Bill Hansen Catering Acquires Lovables Catering + Kitchen

Miami-Based Catering Brands Unite, Offering a Modern Culinary Experience to a New Generation of Foodies.

USA, Miami , Florida. October 26, 2020

Today Bill Hansen Catering (BHC) announces the acquisition of Catering by Lovables and the renaming of the beloved brand to Lovables Catering + Kitchen. The merger marries two South Florida catering brands, adding a new dimension to Bill Hansen Catering's 40-year culinary journey by offering expanded culinary offerings for budget-conscious clientele. Hansen and Lovables founder Elizabeth Silverman will now collaborate together under one roof at Hansen's 8,000-sq. ft. Commissary Kitchen in Opa Locka, FL.

To celebrate this fruitful partnership, Lovables Catering + Kitchen is offering 20% Off Lovables Corporate Delivery Menu from Oct 20 through Nov 20. To view the menu and order visit lovablescatering.com.

Lovables Catering + Kitchen has served South Florida for 35 years, offering wholesome meals through sustainable practices. The brand provides meals for weddings, corporate and social events at venues across the region. Silverman collaborated with Hansen throughout the years and looked to him for advice as they grew the Lovables brand. In August 2019, Hansen purchased the company for an undisclosed amount and rebranded it to Lovables Catering + Kitchen.

Both brands will continue to operate as usual, servicing event venues from Palm Beach to the Florida Keys, however the culinary components at both companies will receive modern touches, including new menus for home delivery services. Bill Hansen Catering's menus will continue to be created and curated by corporate executive and culinary mastermind chef Dewey Losasso.

Both brands will utilize the commissary's fleet of temperature-controlled vans to offer residential and corporate delivery services for catering throughout South Florida.


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