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The Foodservice Catey Awards 2016 are open for entries

11 May 2016 by
The Foodservice Catey Awards 2016 are open for entries

Spotlighting the excellent work that the foodservice sector does in feeding the nation, The Caterer

These awards highlight the great work of foodservice employees across the UK. They recognise and reward the individuals and teams that work tirelessly to make sure their business delivers the very best service, day in, day out.

Among the winners at last year's event were Chef of the Year Hayden Groves of BaxterStorey, Education Caterer of the Year Holroyd Howe, Healthcare Caterer of the Year Sunrise Senior Living, and Outstanding Contribution Award recipients Robyn and Tim Jones.

Described as one of the most respected duos of our time, Robyn and Tim Jones were celebrated for their incredible achievements at the helm of caterer CH&Co Group and their charity work with Hospitality Action and the PM Trust.

This year we are looking to honour another collection of high achievers in foodservice, in disciplines which include catering managers, front-of-house teams and chefs, along with the overall business and industry, healthcare, and education caterers of the year.

The deadline for entries is Friday 17 June.

Visit www.foodservicecateys.com - and nominate now

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