Working with like-minded industry partners creates strength and results. The NACC enjoys strong and mutually-beneficial partnerships that help deliver change and make a real difference to care caterers and the people that they feed.
Love British Food
Love British Food is the leading national promotion of British food and the only organisation that encourages retailers and the caterers responsible for sourcing food in our schools, hospitals and food outlets with the aim to make British food their supplier of choice.
A year-long campaign culminating in British Food Fortnight in the Autumn giving commercial benefits to UK business and organisations that take part. The campaign is THE opportunity for everyone to come together and promote the benefits of buying and eating our delicious British produce. British Food Fortnight always takes place over the last week of September and the first week of October giving caterers and retailers specific dates to concentrate their efforts for promotions.
153-157 Cleveland Street,
London W1T 6QW
Tel: 020 323 97032 Visit Website
Lead Association for Catering in Education
LACA Ltd aims to set high standards of professionalism in Local Authority catering; to be the lead consultative body to the Government on all aspects of School Food and in delivering healthy eating policies and to equip local authority caterers with the necessary skills, knowledge and support which will enable them to meet the changing demands in the Industry.
Hospital Caterers Association
The aims and objectives of the Association are the promotion and improvement of the standards of catering in hospitals and healthcare establishments in Great Britain, Northern Ireland and elsewhere; the education and training of persons in health care catering services, and the provision and improvement of the professional interests and status of those engaged in health care catering services.
British Dietetic Association
The British Dietetic Association, established in 1936, is the professional association for dietitians. Its aims are to advance the science and practice of dietetics and associated subjects, promote training and education in the science and practice of dietetics and associated subjects, regulate the relations between dietitians and their employer through the BDA Trade Union.
British Association Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition
BAPEN Association helps influence and advance nutritional care and treatment across the UK in hospital, care and community settings.
PACE (Professional Association for Catering Education) is the representative body for the hospitality and catering education and training sector in England with links to colleagues in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
We operate at a regional and national level. Our network of members currently includes 280 colleges, with links to 30 universities offering hospitality and catering, and in many regions a range of local schools. This equates to the representation of some 5,000 hospitality and catering lecturers and 100,000 students - 40% of which already work in the industry in roles such as chef and hospitality manager.
ASSIST FM is a non-profit association. We rely on funding from our members, partner suppliers and the exhibitors at our Annual Conference to fund our activities. Our role is to promote the facilities management services of all member local authorities in Scotland.
ASSIST FM brings together the best companies and products from every industry and gives them a platform to showcase their services to local authorities. Whether you are in the food service industry, or provide products and services in cleaning, maintenance, or other areas of the facilities management services, we can provide the path for bringing those products and services to the attention of Scottish local authorities.
Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, enrich society and culture and promote equity.
56 - 64 Leonard Street
Tel: 020 7065 0902 Visit Website