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Sodexo wins Banbury school meals deal

11 June 2009 by
Sodexo wins Banbury school meals deal

Caterer Sodexo has revealed details of a five-year deal worth up to £2m in total turnover at Oxfordshire's first Trust school in Banbury.

Sodexo has been providing meals to more than 1,600 pupils since April at the recently-redeveloped Ruskin Road site in Banbury.

On the menu, in the school's newly-refurbished dining rooms, will be everything from smoothies and fresh paninis to Mexican wraps and stir fries.

Sixth form students will also have an all-day café at their disposal courtesy of the caterer.

Jane Ablett, the income development officer at Banbury School, said: "The new dining rooms and state-of-the-art facilities are fantastic and in Sodexo we have found a school meals provider that could provide us with a range of fresh, delicious food that reflects the high standards that we expect for our pupils."

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