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Overview

Entrust is passionate about food and we keep our customers needs at the forefront of what we do.

We pride ourselves on offering quality, choice, value for money, professional, Customer Focused service to all our clients. We deliver a high standard of food and service.

What's on offer?

Our range of food provides:

  • Nutritionally balanced recipes and menus
  • Great choice
  • Value for money
  • Healthy options
  • Fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables
  • Fresh meat (locally sourced where possible)
  • Great flavours
  • Fun – theme days and promotions
  • Convenience
  • Recognition of cultural diversity
  • Catering for special dietary needs

We have a dedicated food development team.

They work on new, innovative recipes and menus to meet the individual needs of our schools and customers. They develop new products to make sure our customers are constantly offered an exciting range of tempting, mouth watering, freshly prepared meals and snacks.

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Latest education news

Regular Covid Testing Encouraged as All Pupils Return to School

Teachers, parents and secondary school children are all being encouraged to get regularly tested for Covid, as schools open to all pupils next week.
Date:
03 March 2021

Parental support influences SEND plans

Staffordshire County Council's Cabinet has approved its five-year Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) strategy following lengthy consultation with parents, as well as professionals, the NHS and school representatives.
Date:
17 February 2021

SEND promise to help families

Thousands of children and their families are being promised more, better-timed support for their education as Staffordshire County Council invests more in services and support for children and young people aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Date:
09 February 2021

Staffordshire schools plan for new term

Local schools will be supported as much as possible by Staffordshire County Council during the partial closures of the next few weeks.
Date:
31 December 2020

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