Bento Buzz at Bladin Point

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Some of Dar­win’s lead­ing food sup­pli­ers are play­ing an in­te­gral role in keep­ing the INPEX Op­er­a­tions team nour­ished dur­ing their shifts. Mr Barra, Si­mon Ge­orge & Sons and Holco are among more than 10 lo­cal busi­nesses and dis­trib­u­tors sup­ply­ing INPEX’s pur­pose-built café at its on­shore fa­cil­i­ties at Bladin Point.

‘Bento’ has been spe­cially de­signed to fos­ter re­la­tion­ships be­tween col­leagues, with the am­bi­ence of a trendy bistro in­clud­ing plants on the ta­ble, colour­ful dé­cor and com­fort­able seat­ing.

More than 10 lo­cally based busi­nesses and dis­trib­u­tors have been en­gaged to sup­ply the fresh­est meat and pro­duce for the pas­sion­ate chefs at Bento to work with.

“Our pro­fes­sional team takes pride in prepar­ing an av­er­age of 180 to 200 fresh meals a day, with the menu chang­ing reg­u­larly to show­case our sup­pli­ers’ great pro­duce.”

“We’re proud to work closely with our lo­cal Dar­win sup­pli­ers to en­sure we have the best pro­duce avail­able to pre­pare qual­ity dishes for the INPEX team,” Lau­ren Ja­cob­son, Bento Man­ager, said.

The chef-pre­pared meals are com­ple­mented by a salad bar and healthy take-away snacks.

“The health of our work­force is crit­i­cal to the safe op­er­a­tions of our fa­cil­i­ties,” INPEX Op­er­a­tions On­shore Man­ager Glen Ba­jars said.

“Bento not only of­fers healthy meal choices dur­ing long shifts – it sup­ports the well­be­ing of our team with the op­por­tu­nity to con­nect with each other away from the of­fice.”

Dar­win sup­pli­ers are keep­ing the INPEX work­force fed

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