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GS Plus, Greenwich Catering Services

The new company GS Plus was created as a public/private enterprise to combine the best of both sectors for the benefit of the whole community. The team comprises of individuals with an understanding of the public sector ethos, together with entrepreneurial spirit to provide local services underpinned by a strong ethos.

GS Plus

They aim to deliver first-rate services, whilst also helping create worthwhile jobs for local people and contribute to the fulfilment of the aspirations of the wider community.

GSPlus provides frontline services to Greenwich Council, schools and other public bodies. It wants to be the kind of company in which customers have confidence in relation to the quality of services the company provides, where employees take pride in their work and where value is created for stakeholders and the community.

As part of its commitment to social responsibility, GS Plus Catering Services has signed up to Sustainable Fish City. GS Plus provide nutritious meals to school pupils, staff and other customers as a means of promoting healthy living and wellbeing. Now, the fish ingredients for these meals will also be from sustainable sources.

GS Plus Catering Services provide a daily service of 15,000 meals, in and around the London Borough of Greenwich, which is also a host borough for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games:

Fish 10,000 primary school meals
Fish 4,000 secondary school meals
Fish 400 welfare meals
Fish 600 nursery and early years meals
Fish 350 special needs children meals

Find out more about GS Plus at: http://www.gsplus.org/

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