Speaking on Business: Culinary Crafts
Culinary Crafts is one of the largest catering companies in the state.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
While the transition from one generation to the next with a family-owned business can be stressful, the Crafts family of Culinary Crafts has figured it out, with expert advice and creating a detailed and formal succession plan. Founder Mary Crafts-Homer has complete confidence in turning the company over to her sons, Ryan and Kaleb, who have been involved since they were kids. In fact, Ryan says they’ve worked every dirty job in the business, from washing dishes and scrubbing floors to changing oil in the fleet trucks and weeding the produce garden.
Almost 35 years in business, Culinary Crafts is one of the largest catering companies in the state. With over 175 employees, they have locations in Pleasant Grove, downtown Salt Lake City, the University of Utah and will soon open an event venue on Main Street in Park City. The team is excited and knows this is setting them up to continue to be a serious player in the competitive catering industry.
Their growth has come because of the quality of their food, which is at the heart of what Culinary Crafts offers because everything is made from scratch using fresh, premium ingredients. They’ve also focused on attracting the best talent by offering competitive wages and benefits, building a great team trained exclusively in house.
Visit online at www.culinarycrafts.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
573 W. State St.
Pleasant Grove, UT 84360