Food Manufacturing giant 2 Sisters Food Group has handed Eurest a contract to provide catering services to 15,000 of its employees at 21 sites across the UK.
The catering options will include improved menu offerings that incorporate fresh and healthy eating choices, and use technology to enhance the customer experience, with investments in cashless systems and new vending machine facilities.
The Eurest team conducted research with the 2 Sisters employee base to build a catering solution tailored to the company’s particular requirements and its employees’ tastes.
Eurest, which is part of Compass Group, will also invest in new equipment and refurbishments across the sites to deliver its foodservice offer and improve the overall experience for 2 Sisters employees.
Jessica Macleod, head of group procurement – indirects, at 2 Sisters Food Group, said: “We were impressed with Eurest’s proposition of original food offers, taking into account different cultures and background. We now have something to everyone’s taste. Eurest has worked tirelessly to ensure both the needs of the 21 individual site stakeholders and the central business will be met through the tailored proposal and I’m looking forward to seeing the team in action.”
2 Sisters Food Group boasts strong market positions across branded and retailer own-brand products, including bakery, biscuits, chilled, frozen, poultry and red meat.
The Group serves the retail, wholesale and foodservice markets and brands include Fox’s Biscuits and Goodfella’s Pizzas.
Andy Barry, managing director for Eurest said: “The research we have done with this client is an essential part of the tailored food offer we have created and we’re especially looking forward to implementing our bespoke menu, which matches the requirements of the group’s colleagues. This new contract provides an opportunity to deliver innovative and high quality foodservice solutions at the largest food manufacturers in the country; a great partnership for our business and we’re looking forward to delivering a great service to their UK sites.”