Compass Group UK & Ireland aced the dazzling Foodservice Cateys event, collecting five awards on what was a special evening for the leading food and support services company.
Its B&I division took home the biggest haul with three wins: Eurest won the CSER Award for its innovative steps in producing environmentally friendly menus; B&I’s Health & Wellness Director, Liz Forte was named Healthy Eating Champion; and 14forty chef Wayne Corbett took home Chef Manager of the Year.
Compass Apprentice Chef of the Year was Aga Bernaciak, of ESS Government Services, scooped Trainee Chef of the Year; and Rapport Guest Services won the People & Training Award.
Now in its eighth year, the Foodservice Cateys recognise the individuals, teams and businesses shaping the foodservice industry and tirelessly delivering exceptional service day in, day out.
Robin Mills, Managing Director of Compass Group UK & Ireland, said of the wins: “These awards are testament to the hard work taking place across our business. Each award showcases our fantastic people at different stages in their career, as well as putting a spotlight on brilliant teamwork and our relentless focus on brilliant food and client delivery.
'We’re passionate about developing our colleagues and we hope these wins will encourage more people to climb the career ladder with us.”
Managing Director of Business & Industry, Morag Freathy, commented: “It’s an honour to have been involved in what was a tremendously successful evening. These top accolades highlight the exceptional levels of day-to-day service taking place throughout B&I – in the kitchens, behind the facilities management scenes and front of house.
'I’m delighted that our market leading work in developing sustainable menus and putting our customer and clients’ health and wellbeing at the heart of what we do has also been recognised. I would like to congratulate all our teams!”