Hopkinson wins catering contract


Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Hopkinson Catering has won a three-year contract, worth £6.9 million, to provide year-round catering and housekeeping services on nine sites for the Elizabeth Finn Trust, a not-for-profit care home operator. The contract means that the existing 160 catering and housekeeping staff will join the Hopkinson team, boosting the number of people employed by Hopkinson to more than 700. Hopkinson Catering owner and managing director Frank Hopkinson said this latest win confirms that his company¹s fresh food approach, combined with effective purchasing and outstanding service, is a proven recipe for success. “I¹ve always believed that quality, freshly prepared food combined with outstanding service, is the way forward for contract caterers and to be chosen to partner with one of the UK¹s leading care home Trusts is confirmation that quality counts,” Mr Hopkinson said. Commenting on the appointment, Elizabeth Finn Trust director of homes Sharon Blackburn said the Trust aimed to provide the highest standards of care





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