Charlton House wins Ladbrokes catering deal

02 June 2009 by
Charlton House wins Ladbrokes catering deal

Contract caterer Charlton House has won the contract to feed staff at bookmaker Ladbrokes in a deal worth £675,000 in total turnover.

Charlton House took over catering for 1,000 Ladbrokes employees and hospitality services at the company's corporate headquarters in Harrow, greater London, on 23 May.

The service runs seven days a week and catering at the site was previously done by Yes Dining. Charlton House has signed a contract for 18 months, valued at £450,000 in annual turnover.

John Edwards, HR director for Ladbrokes, said: "We were keen to work with a caterer who could deliver excellent, on-going support and who could strike the right balance between quality and value for money.

"We are confident that Charlton House's food standards, along with their enthusiastic and bespoke approach, will meet the needs of our staff."

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