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why apetito is good for you and your residents

We know that good, nutritious food can make a real difference to your residents’ health and wellbeing.

explore our passion for nutritious food

Choose from over 200 meals and desserts expertly prepared and packed with goodness.

helping your residents

Discover how our wide range of texture-modified meals can help residents with swallowing or chewing difficulties.

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apetito's care home team

Client Development Manager

After 25 years as a Chef and Caterer in the Royal Navy, Dean understands that care home caterers are under pressure to run a tight ship – so he’ll do everything he can to help a care home become more efficient.

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apetito's care home team

Head Chef

Head Chef Phil Rimmer is passionate about using fresh ingredients and creating tasty, nutritious meals – helping you offer your residents plenty of variety and choice.

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apetito's care home team

Dietitian

Helen Willis is our in-house dietitian and is a member of the BDA.  With over over 7 years experience working as a dietitian within many different NHS settings, Helen recognises the role of good food in helping your residents stay healthy

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We've seen a 5% reduction in food wastage and costs - largely because the residents prefer the food.
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Bernadette Howley Bankfield Care Home

We like to operate in a way that respects the environment, while valuing our staff and supporting the wider community.

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Where do our ingredients come from?

All our meals are made from the very best, sustainably sourced natural ingredients. 

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How can we help?

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0800 542 2631

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Lee Sheppard Director of Public Policy & External Affairs

"80% of people living in care homes have a form of dementia and this poses a real challenge when it comes to catering."
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"Keeping up to date on nutritional and dietetic news is crucial, especially around challenging areas such as malnutrition and dysphagia."
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