Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will provide their expertise in helping you plan and budget for your event. Our staff will help you not only select the best Party Trays for your occasion, but they will also make sure that you order the right amount for your guest count.
HOW TO ORDER
- Many of our trays are already made, ready for you to grab & go. If you don’t see what you need, we would be happy to prepare it while you shop.
- Or place your order in person or call your nearest Sobeys store.
- You can also view our entire selection of party trays by downloading our brochure
Party Planning Checklist
- Cups and glassware
- Utensils for serving
- Utensils for eating
- Coffee, tea, cream and sugar
- Napkins and toothpicks
- Ice, ice bucket, tongs
- Corkscrew and bottle opener
- Centerpiece for the table
- Garbage bags for cleanup
- Cleaning supplies
Keep hot and cold foods separate until the last minute.
Heat hot foods right before they’re served. Keep hot trays wrapped with foil until you’re ready to bring them out.
Cover cool trays in plastic wrap them and keep perishables cool until they’re served.
Our trays are designed to keep your party food fresh and cool, so you can enjoy your event all day or night.
1. Flip over the top lid
2. Add ice
3. Place the tray over the ice & keep your tray chilled longer!
Put trays out with plates, tableware, napkins, toothpicks and tongs. Place spoons into the fruit and vegetable dips to encourage your guests to put them on their plates.
Whether you’re hosting a party or bringing a dish to share, order a party platter that not only tastes delicious but is full of healthy choices. Here’s what to do:
Load Up on Veggies
Use fresh veggies to complement party dips instead of crackers or chips. Celery, broccoli, tomatoes, and even asparagus spears can make great dipping options. Avocado, bell peppers and mushrooms are also tasty additions.
Think Lean Protein
Consider leaner fare to keep calories low. White meats like chicken and turkey are often healthier alternatives to their red meat counterparts.
Mind Your Portions
Consider putting out smaller plates or keeping the platters in a separate room. This will help take the emphasis off the food and back onto what really matters – the people you’re spending time with.