Bruno Loubet becomes brand ambassador for Supper

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Editor 16th September 2015
The South West London food delivery service and app Supper have announced chef Bruno Loubet as their new brand ambassador, who will aim to encourage Londoners to eat more home cooked meals on a regular basis. Famed for the Zetter Hotel and his adventurous modern bistro Grain Store, Bruno has long been regarded as one of the most innovative chefs on the London culinary scene, and is a real advocate of eating well. Making him the perfect partner for Supper and its aim to reduce the amount of people eating unhealthy versions of ready-meals and takeaways.

>>>Read more about Bruno in our feature with him here

Bruno Loubet said: “One of my biggest passions is cooking for my family. It’s a sad reality that many just don’t have the time to cook from scratch after a long day at work. I grew up in Bordeaux as one of seven children, and as a family man myself, I know it can be tricky to juggle day-to-day life and still have time to come up with a dish that all the family can enjoy. supper_box“Through my new partnership with Supper, I want to show people how important home cooked meals are for a healthy balanced lifestyle. The app is really easy to use and offers an unlimited menu every day from Supper’s team of passionate chefs and cooks, so there really is no excuse anymore!” Duncan Scott, CEO and Founder of Supper, said: “Following the successful launch of our new app, we’re thrilled to be announcing Bruno as the new face of Supper. “With Bruno’s passion for good honest food, we want to highlight the benefits of eating homemade food and how Supper can help to lead a healthy living culture.” More info can be found on their website here

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 16th September 2015

Bruno Loubet becomes brand ambassador for Supper