Brakes brings back Help for Hospitality fund for customers

Brakes is bringing back its Help for Hospitality campaign, which will see its customers benefitting from 10% online cashback on key categories, plus hundreds of Cashback Extras, backed up by regular, monthly promotions on more than 500 products.

Launched in 2021 to help operators recover from Covid lockdowns, the campaign generated around £2m in cashback that was invested in rewards, charities and independent businesses.

Read more: Brakes pledges £500,000 to charity meal foundation

With foodservice facing ongoing threats, including increasing costs as inflation rises and energy costs soar and challenges with labour shortages and escalating wages, the campaign is open to businesses in all sectors, so anyone including independent schools, pubs, restaurants, hotels or care homes can take advantage.

Outlets can choose to redeem their cashback as Brakes credit on future orders, with more than 150 favourite high-street brands, or choose to lend their support to one of a list of charities that includes UNICEF, helping support children in Ukraine, the Alzheimer’s Society, Hospitality Action, Springboard or Hospitality Health, as well as Meals & More, Brakes’ charity which aims to eliminate holiday hunger.

Paul Nieduszynski, chief commercial officer, Sysco GB, said: “For many businesses it’s been an incredibly difficult three years with only very brief periods of respite.
“With the pressure on operators in all sectors, we felt we needed to step up and create a programme that makes a real difference to customers facing a challenging time.  We’ve invested millions in what is our biggest ever campaign, so we can offer help right where it’s needed. We’re committed to putting money back in the pockets of publicans, restaurateurs, care home owners or any business that serves food.”

Avatar photo
Paul Hill is the Editor of Better Wholesaling. He can be found on Twitter at @BW_PaulHill, or contacted via and 07960935659.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.