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Hi all


I'm in a bind, hoped someone can help. Been having lots of problems with my catering company lately such as missing diatery meals or getting orders wrong. Then last week was the last straw. We opened that days tea container only to find 2 foreign objects lying directly on the food. I couldn't believe my eyes.


So now I need someone new. Can anyone suggest a catering company that delivers fresh daily food other then Zebedees or yum Yum as they are expensive and we are a small independant nursery.

We are based in London


Thank you in advance

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We have been in the same predicament in the past (not exactly the same, no foreign objects!!).  We used The Nursery Catering Company for a while and this might be a useful stop gap for you.  They deliver frozen meals which you then reheat in the oven.  They are nutritionally good and catered for all types of diet.  The quality wasn't the best, but is served a purpose for a while for us.  I then advertised locally for someone to cook and deliver meals for us and this is what we do now.  A lady who owns a farm shop cooks for us and delivers.  We are in rural Suffolk though, so a very different area. 

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