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LACA
16/01/2011 23:01

Contract caterer Harrison Catering Services has secured a deal to provide catering services to over 900 pupils and staff at Reading School.

In addition, Harrison will be providing all "bespoke hospitality requirements" for the school, both internally and externally.

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Industry
11/01/2011 23:01

New Forest Ice Cream has developed a roast dinner flavoured ice cream, complete with carrots, broccoli, peas, roast potatoes and sprouts.

The 'innovative' creation materialised after six year old Max Sadiku purchased a copy of the latest Horrid Henry DVD, 'Ice Cream Dream' and won an...

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LACA
11/01/2011 23:01

The Food for Life Partnership is working with schools to help inspire kids to grow vegetables, cook, visit farms and eat real, wholesome food.

To coincide with this the Partnership has launched Stuffed, a new interactive web-based learning resource that focuses on sustainable food...

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LACA
11/01/2011 23:01

Education catering contractors Alliance in Partnership has won a New Year contract at St. Joseph's Catholic Infant School, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

The one year rolling contract, worth £80,000 per annum, began at the start of the new school year and is now the third satellite...

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Industry
10/01/2011 23:01

Pritchitts' Viva Daily Win, a scheme to encourage secondary school students to drink more milk by offering them the chance to win an iPod shuffle every school day, has been extended to January 31st 2011.

To be in with a chance of winning all they need to do is go online at www....

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LACA
09/01/2011 23:01

Bolton Council's school meal catering service has won the category of Most Improved Performance in Education Catering at the Association for Public Sector Excellence (APSE) awards.

  • The team beat off competition from East Dunbartonshire, Kirklees, Liverpool, Manchester, North
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LACA
03/01/2011 23:01

A scheme which provides school meals for £1 to all primary school pupils in Bolton has been extended until March.

The council introduced the £1 offer in January to encourage more children to enjoy a healthy hot meal.

Cutting the price to £1, from £1.80 in 2009, has seen the take-up of dinners shoot up. Around 70% of pupils in 95 primary schools are taking meals compared with the national average of 47%.

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