NHS Supply Chain: Food Contract retention announced

nhs supply chainNHS Supply Chain: Food have recently retained the contract to provide food services into hospitals across England. The new contract term started on 5 July 2023 and means NHS Supply Chain: Food will be the Category Management Service Provider until March 2027. This marks a new chapter, where NHS Supply Chain: Food can further enhance the great foundations already made, driving savings into trusts through frameworks, as well as providing added value such as exciting Chefs Academy and Food Forum events, and various other activities coming up.

NHS Supply Chain: Food is delighted to be able to further evolve the contract as a committed partner, having supplied food to the NHS for the past five years, and will continue to support the procurement and catering teams within hospitals, and to provide the best supplier solutions for trust’s needs, acting as the perfect partner as their supplier of food.

NHS Supply Chain: Food will continue to provide services associated with their supply of food, negotiating the best possible prices for food and delivering commercial savings, as well as offering a compliant route to market. New activity will start now including working with Key Priority trusts to drive significant savings, as well as an increase on Chefs Academy and Food Forum events for trusts, and an enhanced innovative approach towards the work done with trusts to enable NHS Supply Chain: Food to work even more closely with them.

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