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SAVE ON SKI FOOD THIS SPRING
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Huski food deliveries has a spring sale. 40% to save on April dishes so you can ski and let them look after things on the food front.


What's news?

There's three weeks of the season left to fit in an easy ski.

Aside from the 40% off food bookings made online, there's a new Savoyard range introduced with Huski.

Not only this, but Huski is also open for summer business across the French Alps.

That's some good late-season news.



New Savoyard Range & Summer Deliveries

In time for the last few weeks of the ski season, Huski launches its locally made Savoyard range. 

New restaurant quality dishes are made in the Bourg St Maurice kitchen by Chef Nick Casey.

They include Tartiflette, Boeuf Mondeuse and a range of soups.

This new range is as well as Huski's core range of COOK dishes.

But who doesn't need more options, especially of the well-loved alpine ski kind.

They are local recipes and locally sourced ingredients.

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In response to a surge of interest in self-catered summer holidays in the Alps, Huski has decided to continue to delivering food across all resorts in the French Alps.

"To cater for the more health-minded cycling and hiking crowd..."

(Hum, what's Huski saying about us skiers?)

"... Huski is adapting its range with a greater selection of light and fresh options."

"In addition, Chef Nick will be launching a new range of delicious vegetarian and vegan options ready for the summer season as well as Winter 2019/20," Huski's founder, Paddy Griffith, says.

See the whole range here at the Huski shop:
Try the new dishes this summer, and mix them in with some of the COOK kitchen lineup, to make your summer holiday dining a breeze.

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There's more...

Huski is launching a new offering for large groups and event organisers. 
  
Huski Groups is a great solution for feeding large numbers of people on a budget.

There's a flexible range of food and drinks, designed and delivered for minimal complication.

The range has been designed by Huski Head Chef Nick Casey, working out of Huski's NEW kitchen facility its headquarters in Bourg-St-Maurice.

Huski Groups is being rolled out for Winter 19/20 with a number of university ski trip and festival organisers.

"The festival and event scene is getting bigger and bigger and we were excited to get involved," Paddy says.

"We know what a headache it is for organisers to keep large numbers of people fed and watered in style on a budget, so it was a great challenge for our new kitchen team to come up with a solution," the Huski founder continues. 

Nick, head chef says that "Savoyard dishes are just perfect for feeding lots of people who need some energy after long days on the slopes and even longer nights ahead."

"We are really excited about the dishes we have designed and can't wait to roll this service out next season."

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Huski reports a 300% increase in food delivery bookings this winter season, compared to last winter during the 17/18 season.

To learn more on the company, read here below when PlanetSKI used Huski on a self organised trip earlier this winter:
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