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A  New Approach to Food at Work


Show your staff your appreciation through an innovative at-work daily corporate office catering program using reusable or recyclable/compostable food containers.

With the Covid-19 pandemic now in year three, Seattle-area companies are looking for new and creative ways to incentivize their staff to take advantage of the benefits of working in the office.  Research shows that offering employees free lunch at work delivers an attractive ROI. WorkWalas offers a range of planet-friendly corporate office catering options including our innovative individually packaged daily meal program.

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Weekly WorkWalas menu of meat and vegetarian entrees.

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Individually packaged meals prevent cross-contamination.

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Sustainable approach to food packaging reduces or eliminates waste.

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Food is delivered to your premises fresh daily.

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A  commitment to sustainability

At WorkWalas, we source our ingredients with a focus on sustainable farming and humane animal raising practices. This means whenever possible, we buy only local produce that are currently in-season as well as grass fed, hormone and antibiotic free proteins.

How WorkWalas works


Sign up with WorkWalas - tell us how many people to feed. Choose between reusable or recyclable/compostable food  containers.


We calculate how many meals you will need and publish a new menu on our website each week so your staff know what to expect each day.


WorkWalas delivers meals to your premises. Each person selects a meal and, if desired, reheats using your microwave.


Empty reusable containers are collected daily for cleaning and reuse. You dispose of recyclable/compostable containers.

Inspired by the dabbawalas of  Mumbai

In Mumbai, one of India's bustling cities, dabbawala's deliver homecooked meals to working professionals all over the city in reusable metal lunchboxes called tiffins.

The Dabbawala network consists of more than 5000 dabbawallas/workers, who collectively transport and deliver more than 350,000 dabbas or lunches in a day, and all of them, on time. Once lunch is over, the tiffins are collected and returned to their owner's home.

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