Biscuits and Berries aims to reduce its overall footprint and be true stewards of our region through the following conservation and sustainable practices:
Coronavirus has completely changed the American landscape, and we wanted to do our part to contribute what we were capable of to a hard-hit community. Biscuits and Berries started FTFL in an effort to do our part and raise money to feed Colorado’s ER & ICU staff, EMS workers.
We’ve been truly humbled by the opportunity to provide meals to the following incredible organizations:
Denver Fire, Denver Hospice, St. Luke’s ER, University Hospital, Children’s Hospital, Rocky Mountain VA, Lutheran Hospital, Denver Health ER, Swedish Hospital, Castle Rock Adventist, St. Joseph’s ER, Golden Fire, Sky Ridge Hospital, St. Anthony’s Hospital, Denver Health Paramedics, Mile High Ambulance, Castle Rock Police, Falck Rocky Mountain EMT, Centura Health ER, Denver Rescue Mission, Medical Center of Aurora
We believe catering in Colorado gives us both a great opportunity and responsibility to take care of our community. Not only do we “practice what we preach” in terms of conservation and sustainable practices, we view every facet of our business as a chance to do better, give back more and make the kind of impact that truly makes a difference.
Furthermore, we believe in using local produce & ingredients whenever possible and have developed countless relationships with local farmers and artisans, regularly utilizing products from:
B Square Farm, Full Circle Farms, Rebel Farms, Esoterra Culinary Garden, Haystack Mountain Cheese, Tender Belly, Polidori Farm, Continental Sausage, il porcellino salumi, Fruition Farms, Hazel Dell Mushrooms, Red Bird Farms, Mountain States Rosen Lamb