Milton Keynes-based Caterplus has won a new catering five-year deal at the North West London Jewish Day School (NWLJDS) in Brondesbury, Greater London.
The £750,000 contract will see Caterplus provide kosher catering services for the primary school's 265 pupils aged between three and 11. The firm now provides kosher catering for seven primary schools and one high school in Greater London, making it the country's leading contract caterer to serve the Jewish education market.
Jim Lovett, managing director of Caterplus, said: "We won our first kosher catering client 19 years ago and they still work with us to this day.
"We have built a very healthy reputation within the Jewish community, not just because we're able to serve the needs of liberal, united and orthodox followers of the Jewish faith, but because of our flexible approach and high standards of service."
The NWLJDS contract follows another major win for Caterplus, with the recent award of a £35m contract from Jewish Care, the largest health and social care charity serving the Jewish community in the south east of England.
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