Charlton House wins three-year contract at Wolters Kluwer

Charlton House wins three-year contract at Wolters Kluwer

Charlton House has snatched a three-year catering contract with information services and publishing company Wolters Kluwer from incumbents BaxterStorey.

The deal is worth more than £300,000 a year in turnover and began on 1 June. The independent caterer, which is part of the CH&Co group, will provide services at two sites: the UK corporate headquarters of the Dutch firm in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, and in Hinckley, Leicestershire.

Breakfast, lunch, an all-day coffee and grab'n'go offer, vending and hospitality will be available to around 740 staff across both sites.

Caroline Fry, managing director of Charlton House, said: "We couldn't ask for a better vote of confidence in our food and service standards. As well as selling a realistic and quality offer, our ability and reputation for delivering our promises has made all the difference.

"We are now working closely with our new client to provide healthy, great tasting food, made from fresh and sustainable sources."

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