Good Eating secures foodservice contract with GAM Investments

29th April 2019 (Last Updated April 29th, 2019 15:56)

The Good Eating, a London contract caterer and part of Sodexo Group, has secured a three-year contract from independent global asset management company GAM Investments.

Good Eating secures foodservice contract with GAM Investments
Good Eating secures a contract to offer workplace dining services at GAM Investments office in London. Credit: Rachel Park, Unsplash.

Good Eating, a London contract caterer and part of Sodexo Group, has secured a three-year contract from independent global asset management company GAM Investments.

As part of the terms of the contract, the company will serve as GAM Investments’ new foodservice and front of house provider.

The Good Eating will offer front of house services along with fine-dining services, events, and pantry kitchens at GAM’s new office in Finsbury Circus, London, UK. It will also operate a café for GAM’s employees at the office.

Commenting on the contract, The Good Eating managing director Carlos Mistry said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been awarded this contract.

“We are looking forward to building a successful long-term partnership with GAM to deliver an engaging workplace dining solution for GAM’s employees, clients and visitors at this stunning, award-winning building.”

“We are looking forward to building a successful long-term partnership with GAM to deliver an engaging workplace dining solution for GAM’s employees, clients and visitors at this stunning, award-winning building.”

Sodexo acquired Good Eating in 2017, and it is operating independently under the former’s corporate services business in the UK and Ireland.

Established in 1999, the Good Eating Company offers workplace dining services to various companies across London and Ireland. It currently delivers food and service to more than 10,000 people every day.

With more than 350 employees, the company has an annual turnover exceeding £20m.

In September 2018, the workplace dining specialist received a multi-million pound foodservice contract from Asia-based financial services group Nomura.

As part of this contract, the company is offering dining services at Nomura’s London head office on Angel Lane.