Charlton House’s Amanda Ursell and Judy Roberts are shortlisted for a Foodservice Catey Award
Charlton House has secured a coveted finalist spot for the Foodservice Cateys Awards 2016. Its nutrition guru, Amanda Ursell, and creative director, Judy Roberts, have been shortlisted in the Healthy Eating Champion category.
Amanda and Judy truly understand the important role contract caterers can play in promoting healthy eating and lifestyles within clients’ workforces, and this is reflected in the innovative and engaging wellbeing programmes they have spearheaded.
Through a series of exciting client workplace initiatives, chef training courses and even academic research, Amanda and Judy have established Charlton House as a healthy eating leader and influencer. Championing wellbeing for both its clients and employees is now part of the culture and the impact has been positive and beneficial for all.
Paul Honey, managing director at Charlton House, comments: “Amanda and Judy really deserve to be shortlisted for the Healthy Eating Champion Foodservice Catey. They’re genuine experts in the field and they also understand how we can help our customers, and ourselves, make healthier food and lifestyle choices. Because of this, they create exciting wellbeing initiatives that engage our clients and customers, and also our chefs and employees, and make them think differently about the food they are eating. The entire Charlton House team is thrilled for them and wishes them the best of luck on awards night.”
The Foodservice Cateys recognises the stand-out contract catering individuals, teams and businesses shaping the foodservice industry. The winners will be announced on the evening of 14 October at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge.