Most commercial food companies are both owned and operated by a chef. We are unique in that we are a non-profit trust which uses the money generated from our kitchen to employ and improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Our story begins in 2015 when we hired professional chef Walter Adorjan who was looking for a job in our factory. Walter was an Austrian trained pastry chef who had a degenerative eye disease. Chairman Murray Clark saw an opportunity to use Walter's skills to feed our people good wholesome food to help offset some of the health issues he came across. The Good Purpose kitchen evolved and started as a bakery servicing a few restaurants and cafes with buns and other assortment of bread products. Over the last 2 years we have branched out into catering for corporate and non profit functions, schools, funeral homes, and meals for families and caregivers. Today we make an assortment of delicious high quality food items including breads, pastries, cakes, prepared meals and other requested meals for various functions. We are more than happy to cater to dietary needs such as food allergies (Coeliac), vegan, paleo and more. Just ask. Today we have the latest hi-tech ovens, proofers and an extensive range of commerical equipment. We follow strict food safety requirements whilst giving our clients the ability to earn a living from working in the kitchen. Unlike commercially owned kitchens, all profits from the Good Purpose kitchen go towards enhancing the lives of people with disabilities.
Thank you for the incredible work you do for Picnic Box and our customers. Exceptional service and consistently great work from packaging to making sausage rolls. No job is too big or too small and the commitment from everyone at Attainable Trust makes my heart swell. i encourage all business to work with you and help maximise potential.
“I am writing to thank the Attainable Trust kitchen staff for catering my wife’s funeral luncheon. It’s always difficult to estimate how many people need to be catered for, and we had a larger than expected turnout at her funeral of almost 500 people. Despite the uncertainty, Attainable Trust rose to the occasion. The food was delicious, and there was plenty of it.”