Charlton House has won the catering and hospitality contract for higher education admissions service UCAS.
The caterer will provide breakfast, lunch, vending and kitchenette services for 450 employees at the UCAS offices in Cheltenham.
The contract was won following a competitive tender and includes a refurbishment programme for the dining areas which takes in a new central island coffee and deli bar, hot counter and salad bar.
UCAS facilities manager Dean Griffiths said: "When we began the tendering process, we wanted to make sure that good, healthy and affordable food would continue to be served to UCAS staff and visitors. There was strong competition however Charlton House demonstrated that it could meet our needs perfectly."
Caroline Fry, Charlton House chief executive, added: "We are thrilled to be working with such a prestigious organisation as UCAS, which is responsible for putting together would-be students with their ideal college or university. We are proud to have been entrusted with the responsibility for feeding their employees, and are committed to giving them the very best nutrition during their working day."
By James Stagg
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