Harrison Catering Services has added another contract to its portfolio and is now providing meals to a North London school.

The family-owned business has been supplying breakfast, morning break and lunch service for 1,200 pupils and staff at La Sainte Union Catholic School, a specialist school in science and mathematics, since April.

The company, which provides catering for more than 300 primary schools, over 70 secondary schools, and more than 40 business and industry sites, would not reveal the value or duration of the contract.

Simon Willis, director of client services for education at Harrison Catering, said: "We are delighted to be able to add La Sainte Union to our ever-growing portfolio of exceptional schools in the UK. We believe that our demonstrable partnership approach to shaping and growing a catering service is the key to success; we look forward to opening the contract and developing a long and successful partnership with the school."

Harrison Catering was founded by Geoffrey Harrison in 1994 and has a current turnover in excess of £50m.

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By Helen Gilbert

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