Case studies

Our approach to food supplier management enables improved procurement and impressive cost savings. From practical advice to help clients ensure compliance, to expert mitigation of risk and price increases, sourcing new products and providing procurement platforms and processes, our supportive approach is just one of the things that keeps our clients so happy.

Money growing soil success

Reducing costs and supporting change during uncertain times

10% cost savings initially and advice on how to save a further £60,000 – allmanhall are ACS’s essential procurement partner…

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Old lady at care home

Impressive financial and administrative savings for Notaro Care Homes

This group of care homes were keen to improve their catering purchasing, both in terms of cost savings and efficiencies around administrative time. They also wanted to consolidate their supplier base as they were using a number of local suppliers as well as a national multi-temp provider. allmanhall’s solution delivered over 7% cost savings in the first year alone…

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Person thinking about food

“Better than having our own purchasing department”

Contract caterer Midshire’s initial requirement was clear – to benefit from allmanhall’s substantial purchasing power and negotiating expertise to generate financial savings, without compromising quality or continuity of supply. Midshire continues to benefit from this partnership and from allmanhall’s delivery of effective support…

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Catering and IT solution

“It’s hard to know how we ever managed without allmanhall”

Badminton School were looking to improve catering systems and processes and to track allergens, nutrition and costings. allmanhall have delivered an essential and integral, comprehensive procurement solution to do this… and more.

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Covid-19 Support & Advice - Chef in PPE

Support and advice during Covid-19

During the Covid-19 Global Pandemic, allmanhall have been offering support and advice, even when clients have been faced with site closure or only partially open.

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