BaxterStorey Managers Scoop A Double Win at The Acorn Awards
We are delighted to introduce Mosaic, a new subscription-based contract catering and FM model, as part of a move to offer clients flexible solutions in a post-Covid workplace.
We are delighted to have opened the doors to our first independent coffee outlet in Manchester Piccadilly Place.
Our team at City of Glasgow College University has been recognised with the prestigious Healthier Scotland Award at the delayed 2020 CIS Awards.
Our parent company, Westbury Street Holdings (WSH) has signed a landmark pledge, committing to the Business Ambition for 1.5°C, which will see us joining the UN Race to Zero, setting a science-based net-zero target, making a critical contribution to limiting the impacts of climate change.
Our head of wellness and nutrition, Andy Aston is hosting a series of spiritual wellbeing workshops for our chefs in London, alongside mindset and meditation coach and former Acorn Scholarship winner, Shane Cooke.
This year, our head of chef development Rik Razza celebrates his 25 year anniversary working at BaxterStorey. We caught up with Rik to talk about his career journey and what he loves most about his job.
We are proud to be an official project partner of Springboard’s latest campaign, Springboard to 2022.
Our head of wellness and nutrition for London, Andy Aston, has been elected as Wellness Ambassador on Craft Guild of Chef’s 2021 committee.
Our team at Centrica in Windsor have joined forces with The Trussell Trust to donate 18,000 items to 49 foodbanks across the UK.
We are delighted to have secured
11 incredible scholarships with Hospitality Industry Trust (HIT) Scotland across three of our flagship locations – NatWest, City of Glasgow College and Queen Margaret University.
To celebrate the start of a new year, we caught up with catering manager Geraldo Barros, as he shares how it felt to be named BaxterStorey’s A Round of Applause winner and how he’s managed to keep his team motivated during the pandemic.
Wanting to help their local community during a time of need, our team at Queen Margaret University (QMU) partnered with social enterprise Empty Kitchens, Full Hearts and Carberry Residential Home, to support those in need during the pandemic.