Q Catering has agreed a contract with school catering supplier The Pollen Partnership to offer a wide range of products and ingredients for schools in the South East.
The partnership to supply the bespoke catering company specialising in serving independent and boarding schools, has also enabled a new, seaweed-based disposable packaging from Notpla to be introduced.
Steve Clarke, managing director at Q Catering comments: “We are thrilled to partner with The Pollen Partnership and proud to play our part in ensuring students at schools in the South East can enjoy high-quality meals. Together we can offer schools a comprehensive solution combining top-tier ingredients, expert logistics and culinary excellence.”
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Pollen is known for crafting bespoke menus that prioritise sustainability, the preferences of young diners and their dietary requirements. Working with Q Catering, Pollen can now access a wider range of fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced ingredients enabling The Pollen Partnership to continue pushing the boundaries of school catering and supply meals to the highest standard.
Managing director of The Pollen Partnership, Simon Silverman, added, ” Our mission is to provide students with nourishing, well-balanced meals that inspire a lifelong love of good food and this is driven by Pollen’s culinary team with my support. Teaming up with Q Catering enhances our offering by giving us access to fresh, local, seasonal produce. We don’t settle for the ordinary – for us it’s not about the cheapest option; it’s about delivering the best possible quality we can deliver for our customers consistently, on a daily basis.
“We offer a truly bespoke service from start to finish, working closely with our clients to ensure that we meet their individual requirements, and the Q Catering team are an integral part of that. They offer exceptional service, in fact they now know each of our chefs by name. We share a unique camaraderie and a strong, professional partnership, where trust and respect run deep on both sides.”