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A city organisation which has been preparing and delivering meals to older people in the community for more than 30 years has scooped a prestigious quality award.
The Aramark Healthcare team at Mayo General Hospital received the Safety Sense Award 2012 at the annual Aramark Employee Awards ceremony, held recently in Dublin.
Global coffee house Starbucks has opened its first Galway café on campus in NUI Galway, as part of the university’s redesign of its 800-seat restaurant, An Bhialann.
The ARAMARK Healthcare team at Mayo General Hospital has retained the flagship ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems certification. This certification is a signal to all hospital users of the high standards of hygiene and food safety which are in place at MGH.
ARAMARK Ireland’s restaurant team at University Hospital Galway has received the Irish Hospitality Institute (IHI) Diversity Award 2008 for its catering operation.
ARAMARK Ireland’s Cupcake Campaign will run from June 29 to July 4 where mouth-watering cupcakes will be on sale in ARAMARK Ireland sites throughout the country, and a percentage of each sale will go towards the ARAMARK Ireland Charitable Fund, which includes the Mayo Cancer Support Association.
ARAMARK Ireland, the catering and facilities management company, has begun its nationwide search for ambitious and eager candidates for its newly launched Graduate Development Programme and is calling on interested candidates in the Mayo area to apply. In October 2008, four people will begin a challenging and exciting year, training for a post as regional manager within ARAMARK Ireland.
The ARAMARK Ireland team at University College Hospital Galway (UCHG) has been presented with one of the hospitality industry’s top awards at the 20th Hotel & Catering Review gold medal Awards, when they beat stiff competition to win the gold medal award for Institutional Catering sponsored by the National Hygiene Partnership.
The Kavannagh Group in Westport has recently been nominated for the prestigious Q Mark Group Retail Excellence Award in the Hygiene category. The highly coveted Q Mark is only awarded to companies which are committed to achieving the highest standards of quality and excellence, adhere to best practice, and have a commitment to continuous improvement.
The Mayo Cancer Support Association will receive a cheque for over €2,000 which was raised through Aramark Ireland’s inaugural Charity Cupcake Campaign. The campaign raised over €8,500 in total for Aramark’s Charitable fund which comprises Action Breast Cancer, the Jack and Jill Foundation, the Mayo Cancer Support Association and the Make-a-Wish Foundation.