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We take pride in our art and our product and we want you to be safe while enjoying it! We’re a licensed catering company and we take food safety seriously.


To ensure all Maricopa County safety standards are upheld, please enjoy your grazing table within 4 hours, or store in the fridge until later that day.


After this 4 hour (unrefrigerated) period, food should be thrown out. Our boards and grazing tables have been prepared and planned in a Maricopa permitted kitchen and all food standards have been adhered to. Once this delicious board or table has been delivered, it is the customers responsibility to maintain these standards.


We keep all food safety requirements and permitting documentation on file so please feel free to request this information prior to agreeing to our terms and conditions.


By submitting your order form you are agreeing to said terms. 

This Catering Contract is entered into between Canape & Co. (“Caterer”) and (“Client”) (“Involved Parties”) and sets forth an agreement between the Parties in regards to catering services with intent to be provided by the Caterer to the Client for intended event(s) previously agreed upon as a result of the submitted order form.

Your order form will cover:

1. Event details (if applicable)

Client agrees to hiring Caterer to provide food and/or decor curation for the following event (“Event to be referred to”):
Event start time (for attending guests): [EVENT START TIME] (“Start Time to be referred to”)
Location: [VENUE] (“Venue to be referred to”)
Estimated number of guests: [GUEST COUNT ESTIMATE]


Client is hiring Caterer to provide prepared board for the following (“Event to be referred to”):
Pick up/ delivery time: [PICK UP OR DELIVERY TIME] (“Start Time to be referred to”)
Location: [PICK UP OR DELIVERY ADDRESS] (“agreed upon address”)

2. Grazing table or premade board [BOARD SIZE]

3. Grazing table add-ons [ADD-ON SELECTIONS]

4. Decor package [ADD-ON SELECTIONS]. Pricing for this service will be confirmed upon receipt of invoice for any custom curation options. 

5. Coordination with venue

Caterer will be granted access to the Venue no later than [PREP ADVANCE TIME] in advance of (guest) Start Time for the Event, and [CLEAN UP TIME] will be arranged in advance. Client will make all required arrangements, at Client’s disbursal, to get this access pre-arranged.

6. Payment terms

In exchange for the services of Caterer as specified in these Terms, Client will pay to Caterer the agreed upon* [TABLE OR PREMADE BOARD] price + [APPLICABLE ADD-ONS ]. Canape & Co. does not indicate or require minimum head count on invoice, per event. 

Payment will be made to the Caterer as follows for [TABLE]: 20 percent non-refundable deposit due to secure the date, and the invoiced balance due one month in advance of the agreed upon event (“event date”).

Payment will be made to the Caterer as follows for [PREMADE BOARDS]: 100 percent payment due to secure the [DELIVERY OR PICKUP DATE], upon receipt of invoice. 

Client will be responsible for payment of (applicable) $15 delivery fee if said (“event”) is located outside the designated (“delivery area”) located on the company website. Event Zip code will be noted on the completed order form and invoice. 

Client will be responsible for payment of (applicable) rush fees if event (“event date”) is sooner than 30 days of initial booking date. [RUSH FEES]: $50 for all [PREMADE BOARDS] with less than 30 days notice. [RUSH FEES]: $75 for all [GRAZING TABLES] with at least three weeks notice; $100 with at least two weeks notice; $150 with at least one weeks notice; $200 with LESS THAN one weeks notice. 

7. Responsibilities for related costs to the Client

The Client is exclusively responsible for all costs and relating to use of the Venue, as well as for obtaining all necessary entry permissions, authorizations, or other prerequisites of Caterer providing agreed services at the Venue (as required). 

Client is also exclusively responsible for all costs relating to the destruction or theft of any curated decor or serving items (which will be recorded as inventory prior to the “event”). 

8. Cancellation

If the Client is required to cancel the (“event”), Client will provide written notice to Caterer in addition to any required cancellation fee delineated in this Catering Contract, to establish requested cancellation.

Client recognizes that upon entering into this Contract, Caterer is committing time and resources of their business to this Event and cancellation would cause loss of income and other lost business opportunities in an incalculable amount. Thus, the following cancellation limitations will apply. 

If Client requests cancellation of this Contract [31+ days] or more before the (“event”), Caterer shall be entitled to the 20 percent non refundable deposit paid at invoice. 

[Cancellation] of PREMADE BOARD will result in 10 percent of Estimated Total Cost due to Caterer at time of cancellation. If Client wishes to cancel within 30 days of the (“event”), Caterer shall be entitled to 100 percent of the Estimated Total Cost.

Any existing invoiced balance will be payable upon the notice of cancellation.

9. Compliance

Caterer must work in compliance with all relevant local (county and state) health department, food safety department and permitting rules and regulations relating to food preparation and food service. Once the caterer leaves, the Client takes full responsibility for upholding said food safety and ensuring food is not left out for more than four hours (3-501.19 Arizona Food Recreational and Institutional Sanitation, Article 1).

10. Appointment

This Contract cannot be appointed by either Party without the other’s written consent, with the exception set forth in paragraph 11, below.

11. Limitation of recourse

If Caterer is not able to satisfy their obligations under this Contract for reasons outside of their control, Caterer may retain a replacement company at no additional cost to the Client, or the Caterer has the option to refund Client’s money in full. Caterer is not responsible for any additional damages or compensation under these circumstances.

12. Resolution of conflict

The involved Parties agree not to post negative information about one another which could arise out of this Contract or Event on any online or social media platform without first providing advance written notice of intended content; Providing the other party an opportunity to resolve any issues amicably.

13. Jurisdiction

This Contract shall be interpreted according to the laws of the Maricopa County Municipal Courts, Maricopa County Food Services Permitting Department and the Arizona Department of Health Services. 

14. Comprehensive Agreement

This document, with its exhibits and attachments, entails the entire agreement between the all involved Parties.


Licencing & Permittng


Original Incorporation Date:           2/15/2019

Status Date:                                      3/12/2019

Entity ID:                                              1952927


Coverage:           6/20/2019 to 6/20/2021

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