Bennett Hay, the bespoke hospitality provider has announced a partnership with nutritionist, food consultant and fitness coach Kate Taylor as part of their wider health and wellbeing strategy.
Kate will provide tailored consultancy, drive wellbeing in Bennett Hay’s workplace cafés and implement the newly designed RESTORE programme which focuses on four key nutritional areas; Fuel, Heart, Core and Mood.
Kate’s first project at Bennett Hay will see the roll out of a week-long programme to celebrate Wellness Week (beginning on 12th February). Each day will be focused around the four key themes of the RESTORE programme, alongside a personalised client activation to celebrate Valentine’s day and promote self-care. The initiative will include juice and smoothie making workshops, a beans and pulses tutorial and private consultations with employees regarding their individual nutritional needs.
Bennett Hay co-founder and director Anthony Bennett said, “Our ultimate aim is to ensure a happy, healthy and productive workforce and that starts with the right fuel for the day. Kate’s fantastic initiatives will allow us to take our offering to another level and deliver a truly holistic mental and physical wellbeing programme for our clients and their guests.”
Kate Taylor, consultant registered nutritionist at Bennett Hay added, “I’m delighted to be partnering with Bennett Hay to support them and their clients with workplace wellbeing. Food and health at work is the cornerstone of a happy and productive workforce and the contract catering industry has so much responsibility to ensure it’s right, particularly now with so much conflicting information surfacing.
“One of our main projects in 2018 will be focussing on delivering personalised nutrition at work, through private consultations as well as bespoke meal creation and delivery.”
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