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Catermasters open for service at British Heart Foundation

27 December 2012
Catermasters open for service at British Heart Foundation

Workplace catering specialist, Catermasters, have opened their latest contract at the London headquarters of the British Heart Foundation.

The contract, a bespoke catering service for the 300 people that work in the charity's Greater London House head office is worth £110,000 per year.

Kevin Emsden, front of house manager at the British Heart Foundation was looking for a contract caterer to revitalise their Pulse Cafe facility.

"In the two weeks that Catermasters have been on site, they have transformed the service provided and the catering team is providing home cooked, varied and great value lunches, breakfasts, snacks and drinks for our staff."

Tony Carr, joint managing director of Catermasters said: "We're delighted to add the British Heart Foundation to our growing number of clients that are charities. The way we work and our standard of food service means we bring significant added value to the workplace and that is something that charities recognise and like."

Takings at the British Heart Foundation have increased by 30% in Catermasters' first week on site.

By Lisa Jenkins

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