A catering business is very hectic as food is being cooked and delivered. Hence, the caterer would require a catering invoice to keep track of its business and collection. A catering invoice can list out the types of food ordered and delivered with the number of pax and prices. This will avoid disputes when payment is demanded.
A catering invoice template would contain the following information:
* Company Name & Logo
* Company Address & Contact
* Client’s Name & Address
* Client’s Contact Information
* Invoice Number
* Billing Date
The body of the catering invoice template registers the details of the services rendered and food supplied in various columns to confirm the transaction:
The above information records the details of the catering transaction to enable the customer a thorough check on his order. This will enable easy confirmation of orders delivered as well as to ensure a smooth payment. The description column can record in detail the type of dish ordered so that there is no dispute over the order when it is delivered.
There would be a grand total at the bottom of the columns above with sales tax, if applicable,
The customer is required to sign at the bottom as a confirmation of the correct order delivered. The catering invoice may also have descriptive lines at the bottom, such as “Please make check out to <Company Name>” or “Thank you for your business”.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.