The way we work

  • Efficiency


    Cashless System

    We use Cypad, a digital monitoring service that weekly records all food and labour costs. This supports us to provide an efficient school meal service; from children selecting meals, through managing production, recording what meals have been taken, to paying for them, providing performance indicators and monitoring our service.

    The Cashless System is in place in most of our schools to ensure a faster and seamless daily service for pupils and staff.
    Our menus
  • Hands on

    Support team

    Independent auditor

    Your allocated support team is an accessible extension of your own staff.  We develop our services through events such as Parent Taster sessions and monthly school meetings.  We evaluate how we’re doing through termly focus groups; commission and collate year round feedback and change and flex to meet evolving school needs.

    In addition we use an Independent auditor to carry out annual in depth site inspection and provide feedback via verbal and written reports.
    Our team
  • Transparency

    Not for profit agenda


    As an established and reputable provider of school meals for almost 70 years we deliver a not for profit agenda.  We keep our costs low with no incremental rises or hidden surprises!  What you see is what you get and wherever possible, we go the extra mile to deliver the service we’re passionate about in a way that feels right for you and your school.

    Achievable as we’re in a consortium of 7 London Borough to ensure cost effectiveness and access to high-quality fresh foods
    About us

Our three core company values are efficiency, hands on and transparency.  With these beliefs we can ensure each of our employees are working towards the same common goal and share a bigger purpose.  Please click here to read our School meals strategy 

We are always looking for ways to improve our service, one recent innovation has been our focus on plant-based meals serving up one million plant-based school meals a year across 50 primary schools