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Chubb adds new small business insurance for foodservice industry

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Chubb is now offering insurance to small foodservice businesses in order to cover the unique risks faced by the industry.

Coverage is available through Chubb Marketplace, the firm’s digital platform, which features a broad and customizable suite of products for businesses with up to $30 million in revenue.

Jim Williamson, division president of small commercial insurance, Chubb North America, said: “The foodservice industry faces a diverse array of exposures – from customer and employee injuries to property damage and loss of business income.

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“Through our convenient and easy-to-use online Marketplace platform, Chubb provides access to robust insurance solutions for restaurants, banquet halls, caterers, commissaries, food trucks, and more – all supported by our industry-leading capabilities in underwriting, claims, and risk engineering.

“We are excited to expand our available solutions for independent agents who serve small businesses in the food service industry.”

He continued: “Through the Chubb Marketplace, agents can quote and issue policies with ease, providing their clients with tailored and complete account solutions.

“For our insureds, Chubb delivers renowned claims, account services, and financial strength, along with the ability to grow as they do.”

Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company, with operations in 54 countries and territories.

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