Eton College executive head chef Hussey was crowned Sodexo Chef of the year at The Great Hospitality Show in January this year at NEC Birmingham after a competitive 90-minute cook off against the seven other top chefs from across Sodexo UK & Ireland’s business.
Over the past two weeks, Sodexo has supported three events across the UK and Ireland promoting equality and diversity. Our focus on innovation, diversity and inclusion, and our passion for great food makes Sodexo the perfect partner for all three events.
For many of our teams, the summer holidays are a busy time, as we support summer camps, conferences and events, or as our teams put in the hard graft needed to prepare their sites for the next academic year.
This post is a transcript of the video above with 17-year-old Katie Cooper. Katie is an apprentice chef who won the Springboard FutureChef competition in March. Sodexo sponsors the competition. Part of Katie’s first prize was to spend the day with the Sodexo Sports & Leisure team providing hospitality at Henley Royal Regatta. My name’s […]
I was pleasantly overwhelmed on arrival by the positive and collaborative atmosphere in the room. The event brought together more than 100 professionals from every element of the catering, procurement and marketing spectrum, from the chefs and operators all the way through to suppliers and everyone in between.
The task of staffing Royal Ascot for catering and hospitality is enormous. Last year at Royal Ascot we applied technology to this process. We’ve never looked back. Working with TimeTarget, we introduced their innovative Humanforce online solution.
Sodexo is delighted to be headline sponsor for ThinkFM 2017. The team are looking forward to a fantastic event exploring ‘FM in a connected world’.
Bread and bakery goods are such a basic commodity, but we underestimate their true value and diversity in the kitchen. Here are David Mulcahy’s, Food Development & Innovation Director, 15 top tips to help you waste less bread.