Foodservice Cateys 2015 shortlist revealed

Foodservice Cateys 2015 shortlist revealed

The countdown to The Caterer's Foodservice Catey awards 2015 has begun and we are pleased to announce the shortlist.

The Foodservice Cateys were launched two years ago as an extension to the well-respected Cateys, and following the triumphant success of the Hotel Cateys, now in their ninth year.

Aimed at celebrating foodservice employees across the UK, the Foodservice Cateys were created to recognise and reward those individuals and teams that work tirelessly to make sure their business delivers an exceptional service day in, day out, as determined by those best placed to decide: the industry.

More than 70 judges, selected for their expertise and industry knowledge, met at London's Dorchester hotel this week for two days of lively debate and discussion to whittle down the nominees to our shortlist of runners up.

The ultimate winners remain a closely guarded secret until they are announced at a glittering event on 16 October at London's Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel." target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">* BOOK YOUR TABLES NOW FOR THE 2015 FOODSERVICE CATEYS](


Business & Industry Caterer of the Year - sponsored by Franke Coffee Systems

Charlton House

Gather & Gather


Catering Manager of the Year - sponsored by Bunzl Catering & Hospitality Division

Nerida Antoniou, Lexington Catering

Neil Jones, Centerplate

Ed Walker, BaxterStorey

Emma Williams, Green & Fortune

Chef Manager of the Year - sponsored by Kerrymaid

Claire Broderick, BaxterStorey

Tony Mulgrew, Ravenscliffe High School

Nigel Simmonds, Connect Catering

Chef of the Year - sponsored by Reynolds

Ian Green, Green & Fortune

Hayden Groves, BaxterStorey

Lloyd Mann, ISS Food & Hospitality

CSR Award - sponsored by ACT Clean


Brookwood Partnership


Education Caterer of the Year - sponsored by Restaurant Design Associates


Holroyd Howe


Event Caterer of the Year - sponsored by Electrolux Professional

Global Infusion Group


Wild Thyme

Extra Mile Award - sponsored by Bidvest Foodservice

Catherine Attfield, Artizian

Tony Mulgrew, Ravenscliffe High School

Neel Radia, National Association of Care Catering

Front of House Team of the Year - sponsored by Lusso, CH&Co Group

BaxterStorey at Clyde & Co

Elior at Linklaters

Kings Place Events

Healthcare Caterer of the Year - sponsored by Zenith Hygiene Group


Sunrise Senior Living

Healthy Eating Champion of the Year - sponsored by Mars Foodservice UK

Kimberley Aplin, Sodexo

Diana Bright, Bridgwater College

HR Award - sponsored by Contract Options

Emma Langford, Lexington Catering

Sue Parfett, Brookwood Partnership

Innovation Award - sponsored by Amadeus

The Genuine Dining Co

Hertfordshire Catering

Andy Jones, ISS Healthcare and the Hospital Caterers Association

Procurement Team of the Year - sponsored byBunzl Catering & Hospitality Division



Gather & Gather

Regional Manager of the Year - sponsored by Premier Foods

James Nottage, Sodexo

Peter Wilson, ISS Facility Services

Matt Wood, Restaurant Associates

Retail and Leisure Caterer of the Year - sponsored by Admiral Recruitment


Levy Restaurants

Salesperson of the Year - sponsored by The Caterer Jobs

Chris Chidley, Eurest

Simon Houston, Bartlett Mitchell

Stewart McCulloch, Elior

Training Award - sponsored by Off to Work

David Bridge and the food development team, ISS Food & Hospitality

Tim Sturk, BaxterStorey

Jim Wealands, Lusso

There is no shortlist for the Outstanding Contribution Award, sponsored by Diversey Care.


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