Charlton House wins three-year deal at Dune Group

20 February 2012 by
Charlton House wins three-year deal at Dune Group

Charlton House has won a contract to be the first ever in-house caterer at the Dune Group.

The three-year deal is to provide meals for Dune's 130 employees at its Edgware Road head office in London.

According to Charlton House, the restaurant has already been dubbed NW Ate by Dune employees because of the site's location in the NW8 postcode.

Charlton House managing director Caroline Fry (pictured) said: "We are proud and excited to have turned around the restaurant mobilisation and opening in just three weeks since our appointment.

"We take our responsibility for feeding people at work extremely seriously and we strive to give our customers the very best nutrition during their working day."

Industry experts estimate the deal to be worth in the region of £150,000 a year.

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