Research aims to improve care home catering

Norman Dinsdale, a former chef and senior lecturer in hospitality management at Sheffield Hallam University

The average care home spends less than £2.50 a day on food and drink for residents, preliminary research findings have concluded. After interviewing caterers and managers at nine residential properties, Norman Dinsdale (pictured), a former chef and senior lecturer in hospitality management at Sheffield Hallam University, found the daily cost per resident ranged from £2.15…

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