The first will feature an interview with LACA chair Stephen Forster looking to the future of school catering services, to be followed by a panel discussion.
Managing director Robin Mills said: “The deal was completed in early March and will play a key role in reshaping the ‘return to work’ strategy for Compass.
They include its Stay Safe, Eat Well programme which incorporates lessons from across its global business on operating a foodservice provision in a Covid-19 environment.
The organisation said it acted after it received reports of a risk of local seasonal vegetables destined for the food services sector going to waste, while other veg is in short supply.
Chief executive Dominic Blakemore said: “Given the uncertainty in the short term outlook, a strong balance sheet will allow us to weather the crisis whilst continuing to invest in the business to e
They also mean it will become the first part of the UK to set maximum limits for consumption of red and processed red meat over the course of the school week, which is aimed at reduce exposure to h
Since the much-reduced numbers of children attending schools throughout the UK in late March, the organisations have donated a range of products including over 500 sandwiches, four cases of apples,
The joint letter to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson and Schools Minister Vicky Ford points to recent figures from the Food Foundation that show around 2m children across the UK are directly ex
School safety: Put parents at ease with coronavirus control measures in canteens, says health expert
As pupil’s education has suffered due to the lengthy lockdown, parents’ concerns have mounted surrounding the safety in schools as they hope for their children to return.
In a joint letter to the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson and Schools Minister Vicky Ford, the group points to recent figures from the Food Foundation that show around 2m children across the UK