Insuring your Pizzeria with Catering Insurance


Insuring Your Pizzeria

Insuring your pizzeria

If there’s one type of food that the majority of people love, it’s pizza. Whether it’s from a takeaway or at a sit-down restaurant, it’s pretty hard to go wrong. It’s a diverse industry with a lot of elements, and despite the simplicity of it, there is a lot of potential for things to go wrong. This is why insurance policies created especially for pizzerias help to protect from risks as one small mishap can end up closing down an independent shop. A tailored policy is key, as cover that may suit a restaurant will not suit a late-night takeaway.


We understand there is a lot to think about when selecting the most suitable policy. There is an array of potential incidents that you may need protection for, which need to be carefully considered. These could be burns from an oven, a fire, or a food incident.


There are also factors which will affect your premium. These include the size and location of the pizza shop, and any previous claims. Liability and building insurance should be considered, along with protection from theft and accidents in the workplace.

The price of insuring your pizzeria can potentially be costly, but this is a small price to pay if it means that your business is secured. Speak to our experts at Catering Insurance today for your piece of mind.

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