Healthy meals for the new work/life reality

We make healthy and nutritious food simple, with solutions for the the office and at home, for each person individually, for families, for colleagues or with external partners. In short, the flexible alternative to the traditional canteen.

Midori as Employee Food Partner

Flexible and nutritious lunch solutions for your employees, convenient individually packed warm and cold bowls, or dishes to share with colleagues. Stimulate collaboration, build trust and boost the productivity of your employees by having lunch together.
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A changing workplace, with colleagues switching between working at the office and at home, needs a new type of food. Our meals keep people productive, tailored to every moment and setting.

Catering for each event

Create moments that matter and give meetings with customers or partners an extra boost with the right catering. Available from 8 people and ideal to bring people from outside the company together in a safe way around nutritious food or to take any event - small or large - to the next level.

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Visit a Midori Hub

Visit one of our Midori Hubs in Antwerp or Brussels for a delicious take-out meal. Or plan a lunch with colleagues or partners in one of our locations and enjoy the full Midori experience.

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Testimonial

“As a growing and flexible company, we need the food flexibility that Midori brings to the table.”
- Hendrik Evens, Founder, Avenue
ingredient, zucchini

Frequently Asked Questions

On which days do you deliver?
Can I order by invoice?
How long in advance should I order?
Can I pause or cancel a subscription?


Do you take allergies into account?
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Do I have to pay extra for delivery?
Something went wrong with my delivery. What should I do?

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Contact us at hungry@midori.eu


Do you take allergies into account?
How long will the dishes stay fresh?
How is everything delivered?
Something went wrong with my delivery. What should I do?