Fast-growing, entrepreneurial operator, Dine Contract Catering has launched its renowned ‘Eat Well, Live Well’ proposition into the care home sector.

The company, which has led the contract catering agenda for many years, has steadily built a presence in the Care Sector and has recently introduced a new and innovative Nutrition Pathway System.  The system enables care caterers to easily monitor whether each resident’s nutritional needs are being met.  It provides an accurate breakdown of what an individual may need to maintain their health and wellbeing and is fast becoming a vital tool for Care Managers.

With a 17 year track record of doing things differently, Dine Contract Catering’s approach revolves around a commitment to delivering high quality catering services with freshly prepared homemade food, served with flair and imagination using locally sourced produce wherever feasible.  

The Company also has a dedicated in-house dietitian Roz Whitney, who ensures that the nutritional content of all menus are specifically calculated and balanced around factors such as calorific intake and GDA’s – as well as catering for diets ranging from low fat to high calorie and meals for diabetics. 

Renowned for its Eat Well, Live Well initiative, the company has also adopted an innovative and commercial approach for the shared living market by creating a ‘restaurant’ feel environment.  This has proved that it can meet the challenges of any foodservice environment and adapt its services to meet the bespoke needs of current market trends.

 Business Development Director, Zoe Green commented:

“As a company we are completely committed to excellence.  We believe if a job is worth doing, it is worth doing well and our approach to the care sector is no different.  Now we can bring the very best standard of contract catering to those living in care homes or care villages/secure living complexes across the UK, and friends and relatives can be assured that residents will be receiving fresh and delicious meals daily.”

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