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Pelican proud to support Beat by hosting South East Networking Event for School Caterers

by simona Hardy 13 October 2017

Company Dietitian, Anna-Maria Holt says “Eating disorders are common mental health illnesses that if treated early can lead to a full recovery. In schools, caterers may be the first to notice the key signs. By following Beat’s tips on simple things to look for you and signposting those presenting issues to the Helpline, caterers could make a real difference to someone’s life. Early intervention means that more people will receive support at an earlier stage of their illness, stopping their eating disorder before it becomes all-encompassing, and before the need for costly or invasive treatment.”

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Pelican is proud to support the Foodservice Cateys Awards 2017

by simona Hardy 13 October 2017

Pelican is proud to support the Foodservice Cateys Awards 2017, which will be celebrating the individuals, teams and businesses shaping the foodservice industry. We would like to take this opportunity to wish all finalists the very best of luck on the night.

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Seafood Week 6-13 October 2017: How much fish should we eat?

by Anna-Maria Holt 5 October 2017

Oily fish is better known to most of us as salmon, mackerel, herring, anchovies, carp, pilchards, sardines, sprats, whitebait, trout, fresh or frozen tuna. Significantly I have to point out that canned tuna does not count as oily fish, as the canning process removes the all-important fatty acids so an alternative is needed. Many caterers who offer canned tuna as a way of getting children to get their portion of oily fish often miss this fact. However, canned sardines, pilchards, mackerel and salmon all count as oily fish!

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