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Vacherin secures five-year deal with ITV

02 July 2018 by
Vacherin secures five-year deal with ITV

Vacherin has landed a starring role with ITV, delivering catering services in two of the broadcaster's London sites.

The contract caterer has secured a five-year deal for ITV's existing site in Gray's Inn Road and new temporary offices in Waterhouse Square, with the option to extend in 12-month increments.

Each site serves 900 staff, with Vacherin set to deliver awareness programmes for ITV employees, exploring current and emerging food trends.

Ian Jones, ITV's director of workplace services and estates, said the company "provided the most innovative proposal of all, offering new and exciting ideas to entice our workforce, together with robust support and development plans to the onsite teams".

He continued: "We are looking forward to building our relationship with Vacherin to create an even more effective and supported environment for ITV colleagues."

Phil Roker, managing director of London-based Vacherin, added: "We're thrilled to have been chosen as the service partner to support ITV at its London sites. This contract win demonstrates a growing interest in prestigious London sites. We look forward to providing ITV's workforce with a fresh and personalised hospitality provision."

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