Holroyd Howe is a leading independent school caterer and the company brings a wealth of experience in delivering wholesome, nutritious, creative food. They have won many industry awards including Independent School Caterer of the Year in 2015 and 2016. As a fresh food business, Holroyd Howe prides itself on sourcing natural, sustainable, quality ingredients, as locally as possible and approaches food with a no fuss attitude. Nothing processed, nothing added – just honest, delicious food every day.
Placing a strong emphasis on the health and wellbeing of pupils, Holroyd Howe will be introducing a new menu designed to elevate nutritional standards across the board. Each day, the menu will include a wide variety of ingredients, cuisines and culinary styles, encouraging pupils to try new things and enjoy a balanced diet.
The Head, Gareth Pearson said ‘We are excited to have Holroyd Howe on board as we recognise the importance of educating our pupils about food and nutrition and the long term benefits that good food has on their health and development. Our pupils are looking forward to the start of the partnership too, having had an opportunity to sample Holroyd Howe menus earlier this term.’
Claire Long, Sales Director for Holroyd Howe said ‘We are absolutely delighted to have been selected to provide the catering at Christ College Brecon and will be bringing our fresh food philosophy and fun, creative style to the menus at the College from the New Year.’
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