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Menu & Food

With different nationalities attending our schools we will ensure meals appeal to a wide range of ethnic backgrounds and tastes. We are aware that some of the pupils have special diet needs such as vegetarian or religious dietary requirements. Some pupils have special needs and some emotional and behavioural problems which the team will be advised of.

Our primary objective for catering within Camden is to provide pupils, staff and visitors with a choice of homemade, nutritious and well balanced meals. Menus will reflect the requirements and tastes of pupils and staff and will be continually monitored to ensure the menu choices encourage the highest levels of uptake.

A three week menu cycle will be changed seasonally, our Development Chef consults with your schools and Council.

We will ensure red meat is available at least twice a week and fish at least once a week which will include an oily fish. Vegetarian protein options will include beans and pulses an there will always be a choice of two bread/cereals or potato choices. Wherever possible sauces and dressings are made with low fat ingredients and cooking oil and salt is used to a minimum. Alternative low fat fillings will be available for sandwiches and jacket potatoes and low fat yoghurt and desserts are and skimmed milk for cereals.

Freshly cut fruit and low fat fruit yoghurt will be available everyday as an alternative to the daily homemade dessert, a treat once in a while such as ice cream on a Friday helps to add a bit of fun into school meals for pupils. Although a bowl of cherries or strawberries arranged nicely can sometimes appeal more to the younger children as a treat and we will always offer this as an alternative.

Menu analysis through Hport
Our menus are analysed through a system called Hport, this enables us to enter recipes and ingredients used by our cooks. To ensure we have a complete picture of the nutritional value of each menu.

The SFT (schools food trust) have listed 14 nutrients and the minimum / maximum standards which should be achieved for each menu. To make this easier to understand we have 2 charts for each menu, one showing the maximum standards and were the Cater Link menu achieves this and the minimum standard and were the Caterlink menu achieves this.

This is avalible on request via admin@caterlinkltd.co.uk or 01892 824604

Autumn 2017 Menu
Ordering for Camden Town Hall Hospitality

 

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