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Wilson Vale wins £1.6m contract with credit card firm NewDay

29 September 2014 by
Wilson Vale wins £1.6m contract with credit card firm NewDay

Foodservice firm Wilson Vale has won a new £1.6m contract with credit card issuers NewDay.

Effective since 18 August, the contract is for three years, and located at the NewDay's operations centre in Leeds. A new team of 11 staff now provide breakfast and lunch to 750 employees, with trained chefs focusing on a fresh, locally-sourced, and seasonal menu.

Andrew Wilson, co-founder and managing director of Wilson Vale, said: "We are delighted to have this opportunity to provide great food to such a dynamic organisation and look forward to building relationships with our new customers."

Previously known as SAV Credit, NewDay was renamed in April 2014. Its work includes the overseeing of point-of-sale operations for high-street brands including Debenhams, the Arcadia Group, House of Fraser and Laura Ashley.

Leicester-based operator Wilson Vale employs almost 600 people across the UK, and runs catering for a host of varied clients, including Rhodia UK, Cath Kidston HQ, and the Royal College of Nursing.

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