No Biggie is a ready-to-eat food service created to start a movement in the hospitality industry. It runs on dark kitchens, and aims to keep hospitality workers employed while keeping Canberra fed with a feeling of food security.

No Biggie is a hyperlocal effort to keep the hospitality alive in unity while supporting the local community during this time of crisis. The meal service exists to provide a level of industry certainty in an uncertain time.

The meals, which can be conveniently heated or frozen for later use, are launching at $10 to ensure that local residents have access to optimal nutrition. No Biggie Meals aim to reduce the wastage Canberra kitchens are facing and take some pressure off supermarkets and those unable to shop instore.

The initiative has been created and coordinated The Mark Agency in response to the hospitality industry’s suffering. 

A number of local hospitality businesses have banded, and invite all interested venues to collaborate on the No Biggie Meals movement. Current venues supporting the initiative include Walt & Burley, Assembly, Monster, The Duxton, Little Oink & Milk Bar

No Biggie Meals are available for pre order now, and venues can still express interest to jump on board at