Servest renews contract with Frank Roberts & Sons bakery

26 August 2015 by
Servest renews contract with Frank Roberts & Sons bakery

Foodservice and facilities management firm Servest has renewed its catering contract with Frank Roberts & Sons bakery for three years.

The new deal includes the provision of breakfast and lunch together with vending and hospitality services for the site in Northwich, which accommodates around 930 people. Servest declined to reveal the contract value.

Servest has been working with the family business since November 2013. The new deal is based on no increase to the existing catering subsidy.

Frank Roberts & Sons has been based in the Cheshire market town since it was established in 1887. It produces more than two million loaves of bread plus morning goods each week under the Roberts Bakery brand. Its Little Treats Co. brand specialises in sweet bakery products.

Rob Newton, facilities manager at Frank Roberts, said: "Servest is very proactive in its approach and has a real can do attitude, which is why we chose to renew the relationship."

Rob Legge (pictured), group chief executive officer UK and Europe at Servest, said: "We're delighted to renew our partnership with Frank Roberts and look forward to continue to delight them with our excellent cuisine and high standards of service."

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