From paying school fees to going on holiday, use the extra income to fund your dreams.
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You set your price and decide when you want to make food and how often.
R10’000’000 provider cover: this cover protects you against any child that may get ill from eating your meals. Every provider gets this cover and there is no extra cost or sign up.
Community Trust: this is a school sharing platform. We verify that each and every provider and consumer are real and existing people.
So much more than money: yes you’ll make extra cash. And feel at home with the country wide support of other providers.
Providers have to already be a part of a local community. This means that they must be a Chef, experienced cook, or catering company.
We have a process that ensures only eligible people will provide meals. First is an interview with the potential provider. This questionnaire is constantly updated and reviewed by chefs and dieticians.
Once we come to a conclusion that the person/business is suited to provide meals to consumers, there are congratulations and we move over to the next step.
The health department will now contact the provider and set up a time and date to inspect the kitchen where their meals will be prepared. This step is the same as for every other restaurant or kitchen that wishes to make and serve food stuffs in South Africa. If you already have a COA then you skip this step.
Once the health department has been through to inspect the kitchen of the prospective providers, they will be issued their Certificate of Acceptability (COA). This will then by law allow the home-based chefs to make and sell foodstuffs hygienically and legally.
From here on, providers are not restricted in what to serve. The only requirement orda has is that meals are “made with love”
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