Grabbing lunch on the go? Definitely spend a moment this year lunching at Benugo…
They have the best food and in particular, fantastic sandwiches which taste so good and actually fill the void at lunch times.
I happen to love brands that give back, so when I heard that Benugo are teaming up with the Soho member’s club, The House Of St Barnabas to break the cycle of homelessness, I was all over it!
The House of St Barnabas is a charity pledging to break the cycle of homelessness. Their
Employment Academy and social enterprise exist to give people the skills and experience they
need to get back into work.
Benugo are proud to be a part of this mission, supporting the charity
from recruitment, training and work experience, to hiring 30% of their Employment Academy
graduates in sites across London.
“We know this is the right thing to do. People are at the heart of our business. We are truly
delighted to be working with The House of St Barnabas. We are committed to being part of its
vision to support those affected by homelessness back to work”, says Ben Warner, Benugo
What you need to know before you spend wisely in Benugo, is that 50p from every sandwich sold (and there are four tasty options) will be donated to The House of St Barnabas and their work supporting people affected by homelessness back into work.
The four sandwiches in question are:
- Turkey Bacon & Stuffing Baguette with wild mountain cranberry, sage & horseradish
mayo & rocket – £4.25
- Pulled Honey Roast Ham Bloomer with spiced apple & cider chutney & smoked
cheddar – £3.75
- Brie, Spiced Apple & Cranberry Chutney Baguette with pistachios, rocket &
wholegrain mustard mayo – £3.75
- Roast British Turkey & Bacon Hot Meat Sandwich – Roast British turkey breast, crispy
bacon, pork & sage stuffing, wild mountain cranberry sauce, horseradish sauce on
ciabatta – £5.50
So, when will you be heading to Benugo next? Find your nearest branch here and let me know just how good they tasted along with any shopping tips below.