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TUCO magazine is the official publication of The University Caterers Organisation.



TUCO Magazine

TUCO Magazine is a monthly publication specifically for in-house university caterers. Inside, you can find news from member universities, features that share best practice from members and associated organisations, reports on learning and development courses, information on the latest products to buy from TUCO suppliers, and inspirational ideas on how to grow your business.

 

TUCO Magazine is here for you, so get involved by contacting editor Morag Lyall with updates of what is going on at your institution, by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phoning 01474 565 567.


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September 2016  

Articles in this edition include

September 2016  

Sounding Board

Gayle Hunt, national account manager for TUCO at Bidvest Foodservice, has become the first partner advisor to the organisation. The new role at TUCO means that Gayle will sit on the board as the voice of suppliers in the partnership network. “I’m proud and honoured to be the first partner advisor and proud to have been nominated by my peers too,” she said.

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September 2016  

Embracing Change

Moving an extra 3,000 students onto one campus has proved an inspirational opportunity for the catering team at Staffordshire University.

 

The last five years have been all about change at Staffordshire University. From opening a £30m high-tech science and technology centre in 2012 to a more recent £40m investment in new facilities at its Stoke-on-Trent campus, the catering team has been part of one exciting development after another.

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September 2016  

Raising the Bar

The team at the University of Kent are looking forward to a busy Freshers’ Week and welcoming another year of students to the university – particularly with a new bar concept.

 

The University of Kent has refurbished one of its bars on the Canterbury campus to ensure it continues to meet the needs of their diverse and ever-changing customer base.

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