Old Mill Kitchen Partners with ClickChefs to Offer Unprecedented Access to Chef Prepared Meal Delivery in the Upstate.

GREENVILLE, October 8, 2021 - ClickChefs, an online marketplace connecting consumers to local chefs and Old Mill Kitchen, a DHEC permitted facility for local caterers, bakers and mobile food are announcing a partnership to greatly expand the region’s access to unique food delivery experiences. Our local food entrepreneurs offer some of the area’s finest prepared meals, BBQ sauces, rubs, specialty confections and baked goods. Order and delivery just got easier!

In 2021, consumers expect convenience and meals developed to support different dietary restrictions and food experiences from their food delivery options. Consumers are also interested in connecting with local Chefs in their community.

ClickChefs is designed as a marketplace to create closer connections between consumers and local Chefs, artisan makers as well as local producers who provide ingredients. The partnership with Old Mill Kitchen will offer Upstate customers access to a variety of culinary talent and a greater selection of locally produced cuisine and specialty products.

“ClickChefs is an innovative marketplace creating unique connections and opportunities for Food Entrepreneurs. We are excited about working with an established and successful E-commerce platform. The platform provides our members the opportunity to build their brand and provide fresh, locally created cuisine with a safe and convenient delivery process” stated Suzanne Marbert and Chef Vaughn Ownbey, co-founders of Old Mill Kitchen.

“We are excited about this opportunity to partner with Greenville’s leading commercial kitchen accelerator,” stated Dan Popovic, ClickChefs CEO, “while providing more ways for their members to grow and connect directly with consumers.”

The new partnership greatly improves Old Mill Kitchens Members ability to serve Greenville and the Upstate with a diverse selection of refrigerated or frozen healthy prepared meals, while also giving the culinary entrepreneurs a chance to reach new customers.

About Old Mill Kitchen

In 2013, Vaughn and Suzanne realized there was a growing need for a commissary and shared use kitchen to support the growing food truck community as well as a talented group of specialty makers. Due to the success of their clients and the need for more convenient scheduling, they opened a second location in February of 2019. New members were on-boarded the same day! For more information: www.oldmillcafe518.com oldmillkitchen22@gmail.com

We are honored to be working with Click Chef and excited to feature the following Chefs and Artisan Makers in our initial launch:

Featured Chefs: Award Winning Chef Charlie Phillip, Dean Johnson and Brayden Wynn (Black Thai), Chef Casey Belile and Chef Kevin Nelson (Mac Attack), Chef Nick Webb and Chef Ben Garcia (Ya’ll Eat Yet?), Chef Deborah Williams (Salads by Ms. Deb) and Chef Brian Frascino (___).

Featured Artisan Makers: Alicia Potter and Kimberly LaFoy (A Couple of Mommies Elderberry), Sam Holmes (Holmes Sweets), Chris Smith (Mama Joe’s Southern Sweets), Matthew Baxley (Mount Gilead Granola), Chef Anita Evans (Sweet Bites Bakery) and Kim Mattison (That’s Keto!?!)

About ClickChefs

ClickChefs is an online marketplace allowing consumers to shop for entrees and specialty products from their favorite local chefs and specialty makers. Based in Atlanta, ClickChefs differentiates from competitors, such as DoorDash or UberEats, by emphasizing meal planning instead of same-day delivery and complimentary specialty products. Local cuisine ordered from ClickChefs will arrive refrigerated and packaged in shelf-stable, eco-friendly containers. ClickChefs provides local food entrepreneurs with an established and thriving ecommerce platform allowing them to build their personal brands. For more information, visit www.clickchefs.com.

Click Chef Contact: Dan Popovic dan@clickchefs.com

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