Vikings Group is re-evaluating its supply chain with fresh food, dry goods, and consumables suppliers in the ACT and NSW. We are seeking expressions of interest from new and existing suppliers.

Vikings Group excels in providing familiar, friendly, and community-focused food and beverage experiences. Our club venues include restaurants, bars, cafés, clubs, plus function and event destinations. We have six destinations in and around Canberra (ACT and NSW), and we are growing.

Vikings Group is undertaking a complete review of its hospitality strategy, to become the number one choice for food, beverage, and service offers within the casual, family dining, and entertainment sector.

Become a supplier partner with Vikings Group

Vikings Group are seeking pricing proposals for the supply of food items, ingredients, and consumables across all six of their clubs in the ACT.

Every year we produce more than 500,000 meals. Our food and consumables purchasing exceeds $2.7 million per year, there has never been a better time to become a supply partner with Vikings Group.

The opportunity is broad, with a requirement for supplier partners aligned to all categories – from butchery, poultry and seafood, vegetables, and dairy. Plus dry goods, small goods, cleaning supplies and chemicals, and packaging.

Vikings Group rely on their supplier partners to provide the very best quality ingredients, produce and consumables, in order to craft their hospitality experiences. Their procurement chain is as integral to the mission as the waiters that serve the tables and the customers that come to the clubs.

Vikings Group value the distinguished partnerships that support their mission and provide the foundation for Vikings Group customer experiences.

Connect with us

Future Food, with Vikings Group, are issuing an online Request for Information (RFI) as the first step in re-evaluating supplier partnerships.

The RFI will be open 16-31 May 2024. Following the close of this RFI process, Vikings Group will evaluate all supplier submissions against a range of criteria, including price, quality, value, commercial benefits, environmental responsibility, unique selling propositions, ordering processes, and total supplier value.

Find out more at Future Food.