Our Awards

We're proud to have achieved awards for our passion and commitment to providing a healthy and honest service.

A 'Food for Life Served Here' award in a school means your child is eating fresh, local and ethical food.

The Good Egg Award recognises companies that use cage-free eggs or egg products.

May 2022 our school customers in Waltham Forest topped the UK Greenest School Menu League School dinners serving up one million plant-based school meals a year across 50 primary and secondary schools. 


    Compassion in Farming

    Since 2007, the Good Egg Award has worked by recognising and celebrating the achievements of making tangible improvements to the welfare of the animals reared for food in their supply chains.
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  • LACA Award Finalist


    Local Authority Catering Association announced shortlisted nominees for 2022 Awards for Excellence. Waltham Forest Catering has been nominated for the LACA Marketing and Green Menu Award. Announcement 7 July 2022.
    Read more on our green menu
  • Unsung Hero Award

    Public Sector Catering Awards 2022

    Andrea Moore Catering Manager at Emmanuel School has been awarded the Unsung Hero Award at the the Public Sector Catering Awards 2022.

    This is a great honour and recognises all the hard work Andrea takes on throughout the year with her creative themed food events.
    Read more on our team
  • LACA Award Finalist 2022

    LACA Unsung Hero Award

    Local Authority Catering Association has unveiled the nominated finalists across several categories for the Awards for Excellence which seek to recognise individuals and teams who continue to make a real difference in education catering. Andrea Moore from Emmanuelle School is up for the LACA Unsung Hero Award. Fingers crossed for Award night 7 July 2022
    Read ideas for food themed events
  • UK Greenest School Menu League

    Winners 2022

    We topped the UK Greenest School Menu League. Our school dinners are the greenest in the UK serving up one million plant-based school meals a year across 50 primary schools with weekly ‘Save the Planet’ days and plant-based dishes such as smoky jack fruit Jambalaya and veg stir fry with Garlic and Ginger.
    Read more on our menus