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School caterers AiP unveils new website

11 Feb 2020
School caterers Alliance in Partnership (AiP) has revamped its company website to give parents information about the nutritious meals they provide.

Established in 1998, AiP serves 75,000 meals per day in 400 schools and colleges. The new website features information about the company’s Feed Me primary school brand, Eat Me secondary school brand and The Forum AiP’s new sixth form catering brand.

AiP aims to meet school’s individual requirements with the provision of nutritious and home cooked food with fresh ingredients. The school caterer follows the Red Tractor assured food standards and has accreditations including the Soil Association’s Food for Life.

Sally Tyson, key client director at AiP said: “AiP prides itself on offering healthy, home cooked food using good quality ingredients that children across all age groups really enjoy.

“We wanted our new website not only to provide valuable information for parents, carers and schools, but for it to reflect the food-orientated company we are.

“School catering is more than simply providing a meal at lunch time, it is about encouraging students to eat well, and enjoy food not just at school, but at home too so we’re pleased to be sharing recipes for families to try at home.”

The school caterer has introduced a recipe section to the website enabling parents to try them out at home. Recipes include spinach and chickpea curry, raspberry & coconut flapjack, five bean chilli ‘non-carne’ and piri piri chicken.