British facilities management group Norse has received a catering services contract from the Norwich University of Arts (NUA).
Starting today, the company will operate an on-site café through its catering division, Norse Catering, to offer a wide range of hot and cold food and beverage options to more than 2,000 students and lecturers at the university.
Norse catering account manager Craig Neale said: “We have created a modern retail-café environment, which will perfectly complement the dynamic and creative community that is the heart of the Norwich University of the Arts.
“Due to the extensive demographic of consumers at NUA, we will be working closely with them to ensure our offer is bespoke and clearly reflects their needs.”
The contract services firm has recruited a supervisor and a catering assistant at the university to look after the catering service. The café will be open from Monday through to Friday.
Norse Catering division business development manager Victoria Williams said: “This is a fantastic contract for Norse, one which strengthens our higher education portfolio locally.
“We are delighted to be working with such a well-recognised, energetic and forward-thinking provider of arts, design, architecture and media education.”
The catering division of the company currently offers more than 25,000 primary school meals per day in Norfolk and Suffolk counties, along with catering services to high schools, colleges, homes, and businesses.