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Center Parcs Serves Up €5.2 Million in Contracts to Irish Food Companies

Center Parcs Serves Up €5.2 Million in Contracts to Irish Food Companies
July 11
09:20 2018

Four of Ireland’s top food companies will benefit from a significant boost to their businesses as Center Parcs announces the awarding of food supplier contracts to its Center Parcs Longford Forest resort – due to open in summer 2019 – worth a combined total of €5.2 million. Center Parcs has awarded the following food supplier contracts:

  • Dublin based Keelings will be the fresh produce and dairy supplier;
  • Family run Heaney Meats in Galway will supply fresh meat;
  • Coleraine based Lynas Foodservice and Antrim based Henderson Foodservice will be the premium foodservice partners to Center Parcs Longford Forest.

Center Parcs offers premium family short breaks in a tranquil forest setting. Accommodation includes a fully equipped kitchen however guests have a number of dining options which range from cafes and restaurants throughout the resort, to take-away dining or self-catering in their own lodges.  The food suppliers announced today will supply the full range of fresh and foodservice produce to support the provision of these extensive dining options at Center Parcs.

Awarding these significant contracts, Martin Dalby, CEO of Center Parcs, commented: “We are delighted to work with these companies to ensure the food and beverage offering at our forest resort in Ireland is a very high standard. We selected these companies as they share a similar ethos to Center Parcs – they value customer service and quality. Our chosen suppliers carry the Board Bia Origin Green accreditation and this was a real re-assurance to us that we can deliver on the provenance and high quality that Irish families naturally expect of their food and dining experiences.”

The €233 million Center Parcs Longford Forest resort is due to be completed next year and will offer 466 lodges and 30 apartments to accommodate 2,500 guests wishing to enjoy a luxury forest short break in Ireland. During a Center Parcs short break, guests can enjoy more than 100 indoor and outdoor family activities, including the legendary Subtropical Swimming Paradise, and a range of restaurants and shops.

Center Parcs Longford Forest will create approximately 750 jobs during the construction phase and when operational, the village will employ up to 1,000 people in permanent jobs and provide a €32 million boost to Ireland’s economy.

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Pictured (l-r) are: Colm Bury Managing, Director Keelings Select; Daragh Feighery, General Manager Center Parcs Longford Forest; Kevin O’Leary, Account Manager Keelings Select; and Eddie McAdam, Group Food, Beverage and Retail Manager for Center Parcs.

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