Norse catering has won contracts at three new schools with a combined value of around £1.07 million.
The company says that the contracts, in Dereham and Framlingham in Norfolk, and Lowestoft in Suffolk, demonstrate its “significant growth in the Secondary and Further Education market”.
Norse will be introducing its brand ‘The Kitchen’ at the school in Framingham and the college in Suffolk as part of its investment packages which according to Clare Jordan, Marketing and Brand Manager for the Norse Catering Division “replicates a more high-street offer, which is flexible and can encompass food trends and new concepts created by the Development Chef, and really appeals to the older students”.
Framingham Earl High School, Norse will install a mini coffee shop, and ‘food-to-go’ catering outlet as part of the branding in response to the company’s research into student preferences.
Whilst, the three-year agreement with Lowestoft Sixth Form College will see ‘The Kitchen’ brand tying in to the College’s vibrant orange and white modern colour scheme. Emphasis here will be on grab ‘n’ go food solutions, healthier meal options and a high-quality coffee offer.
At Dereham Neatherd High School, Norse will be working closely with the kitchen team which has an established gold ‘Food for Life’ catering facility.
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