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Q. How do you make your meals nutritious?

A. Our nutritionist Julia Hayes works with our schools to develop nutritious menus, which are balanced but full of flavour.

Q. Do you have a policy for nutrition and food?

A. Yes we do please click the link to see our policy for healthy eating in schools. Nutrition policy

Q. How do you manage allergens?

A. We have a detailed allergen practice which is trained into all our people and checks are made daily. We also clearly display allergens on our menus.

Q. Do your staff have checks?

A. Yes all of our staff in schools have enhanced DBS and these are given to the school prior to them starting or working in the school.

Q. Who can I speak to if I have any concerns or questions?

A. Please feel free to email us or speak to your Catering Manager or Operations Manager who are always happy to help.

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Here is our events calendar leading up to Christmas, pupils will get the chance to learn about British beetroot, the best of autumnal squashes with ‘it’s all squashed into a day’ and enjoy some tasty authentic treats from our German Market pop up just in time for Christmas. All recipes from our events will be posted online for you to download and make at home, just watch this space.

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Health & Nutrition

Healthy eating habits are a happy by-product of great tasting food. The quality of the fresh produce, the taste of the food, and its presentation all contribute to our overall food satisfaction.

Healthy, nutritious menu choices are an important part of our offering to all of our customers and particularly vital for pupils because of the effect nutrition has on their well-being. Eating a balanced diet throughout the school day not only ensures pupilsʼ optimum growth and development, it also provides for their academic and physical activity, energy levels and nutrient requirements.

Our commitment to healthy choices is outlined below in a scheme designed by our company nutritionist, Julia Hayes, to encourage both healthy eating and sustained concentration levels. Julia is able to deliver presentations and hold workshops on all aspects of nutrition and healthy eating to support you and help your people benefit from what we offer. click here to see our Nutrition_policy

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Cognita Development Chef

Belinda trained with Johnson & Wales University Florida via the University of Technology Jamaica. Then at University of West London FDA International Culinary Arts.

Belinda also spent a year working with London Borough of Hillingdon helping to roll out their School Food Revolution programme and running a community cookery school funded by the gov teaching local families how to cook and eat well on a low income. Belinda joined the TF family in 2012 and have been developing healthier menus and recipes and helping children to make healthy food choices since.

“I like baking at home as I like try new ways of making favourites a bit healthier and just as tasty. Ie. sweet potato brownies etc. I also like cooking foods from far flung places. Those recipes tend to use unique spices and lots of veg for extra flavour. Instead of the traditional restaurant foods that tend to be heavy with butter or cream.”