The partnership was launched last month with school contract catering company Taylor Shaw and since the project started Elior has donated 32,564 portions of food to people in need.
The online event will feature an interview with Molly Shaher, chair of the Professional Association of Catering Education (PACE), who will address the challenges her members are currently facing.
The Chartwells Independent team is now led by Noelle Jones, who began working for Compass with this brand nine years ago but was most business director within ESS Government Services.
Timed to coincide with the start of British Food Fortnight (Sep 19-Oct 4), the letter says: “It would give a tremendous boost to Britain’s food and farming industry if you would acknowledge, during
David McKown, director of University Hospitality Seminars, commented: “With the need to maximise the commercial opportunities from take away food the session really hit the mark”.
He joined the TUCO board in 2014 to lead on governance and assist in determining a research strategy.
Gareth Davies, head of the NAO, said: “Tackling childhood obesity is a major challenge, and one that governments have struggled with since the 2000s.
For the next three years five schools - Haute Vallée, Grainville, Les Quennevais, Hautlieu and Victoria College - will all have their meals prepared by Caring Cooks operating under its Flourish bra
Chief Executive, Caroline Morgan said that many of the children had mentioned how much they had missed their hot school meals.
The numbers include over 4,000 schools and nurseries plus nearly 1,100 colleges, universities and workplaces that are set to take part in a range of health-related challenges and activities.