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FSC Centres Receive Food Award

FSC are pleased to announce that we have now been recognised for the quality and freshness of the meals we supply by achieving the Food for Life Served Here Bronze Award from the Soil Association.

The award recognises catering departments in schools and other organisations which go the extra mile to make sure children are receiving healthy and nutritious meals.

We are extremely proud to have achieved the Food For Life Served Here Bronze Award at our centres centres in the UK. Our catering teams go to great lengths to make sure all meals are nutritious and healthy and prepared with fresh ingredients. This award is down to their continued hard work and commitment and demonstrates that our centres are part of a movement to lead the way in the provision of local, honest and sustainable meals.” - Mark Bolland, Director of Infrastructure

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Kate Payne, FSC Regional H&C Lead and FSC Slapton Centre Manager, David Persaud, Food For Life Served Here Development Manager (Midlands) at the Soil Association, Chris Berry-Roper, Head Chef FSC Nettlecombe Court and Mark Bolland, Director of Infrastructure at FSC.

The following FSC centres have received the award: Blencathra, Castle Head, Dale Fort, Flatford Mill, Juniper Hall, Kindrogan, Malham Tarn, Margam, Millport, Nettlecombe Court, Orielton, Preston Montford, Rhyd-y-creuau and Slapton Ley.

Food For Life Served Here caterers are leading the way in improving food culture in schools and other organisations. Achieving the award is a fantastic accomplishment and a true reflection of a caterer’s commitment to serving meals which are nutritious as well as tasty. We know that good food is a crucial part of the day for youngsters and with fresh, healthy meals being served, students are equipped with the fuel they need for their learning and development.” - Ian Nutt, Head of Development at Food for Life

Wednesday, July 3, 2019