School food specialist the Brookwood Partnership has retained its contract with Lichfield Cathedral School for a further seven years in a deal worth £1.9m.
The firm, which merged with CH&Co Group in July, has been catering at the school for the past five years.
As part of the contract, Brookwood will undertake a full refit of the dining facilities, including remodelling the space to encompass a new main meal counter, grab and go and deli bar.
Sue Frayn, Brookwood's managing director of operations, said: "Having built up a partnership with the school management team, pupils and teaching staff over the last five years, we were able to interpret and fully understand the needs of the school. Specifically, we focused on developments into the future.
"I am absolutely delighted that we will continue to provide our modern, stylish and healthy food service with a fabulous up-to-date facility."
David Brown, bursar for Lichfield, added "Brookwood have been part of our school for a number of years and their catering team is an integral part of the school family. We felt they best understood our needs and as such, presented us with value for money ways in how to take our catering to the next level.
"We very much look forward to Brookwood continuing to provide us with their high standard of food service as well as engaging our pupils with their educational healthy eating initiatives."
The Brookwood Partnership has been shortlisted in the Innovation Award for this year's Foodservice Cateys, which take place on 14 October at London's Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel.
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