Healthy eating awards for five restaurants at Center Parcs in East Anglia

Representatives from Suffolk County Council presenting the awards to staff at Center Parcs Elveden F

Representatives from Suffolk County Council presenting the awards to staff at Center Parcs Elveden Forest, including food, beverage and retail manager Steve Chadwick and general manager Nicky Richardson. Picture: CENTER PARCS - Credit: Center Parcs

Popular holiday resort Center Parcs Elveden Forest restaurants have been awarded gold and silver standards in healthy eating awards.

Five of the company’s restaurants were rated under Suffolk’s 2018 Eat Out, Eat Well Awards, which recognise the work of food businesses encouraging their customers to make healthier choices.

Contemporary Indian restaurant Rajinda Pradesh won a gold award, along with Huck’s American Bar and Grill and Aqua Sana Spa’s Vitalé Café Bar.

Silver awards went to the Sports Cafe and Dining In, which is the holiday resort’s own takeaway and delivery service.

Steve Chadwick, food, beverage and retail manager at Center Parcs Elveden Forest, said: “We’re delighted that our restaurants have been recognised as gold and silver standard in the Eat Out, Eat Well Awards.


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“At Center Parcs, we pride ourselves on the quality and variety of our menus. This includes healthier options, children’s menus and choices for guests with dietary requirements, so that no guests need compromise on their family dining experience.”

Lance Stanbury, Forest Heath council’s cabinet member covering environmental health, said: “Center Parcs Elveden Forest was one of the first businesses to recognise the value of the Eat Out, Eat Well scheme to its guests, in early 2016, so I’m delighted that five of its restaurants have achieved the accreditation.”

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