Can Your Homes Afford Not To Work with Allmanhall To Mitigate Rising Food Prices?

As winter approaches, care homes are faced not only with the spiralling cost of food but also extraordinary energy price increases. Heating and eating will be very real challenges faced by many.

allmanhall are able to ease some of the pressure faced by care homes. Through negotiations, tendering and supplier management on behalf of care caterers, allmanhall are delivering value and support. allmanhall’s benchmarks on food costs give average savings of 12%. What’s more, additional categories such as janitorial and medical supplies recently showed savings of over 15%.

The support goes further than that. allmanhall provide advice on how to maximise catering budgets. It’s so important for care caterers to have information regarding which products are stable and which are volatile when it comes to price movement. allmanhall do exactly this. For example, having a greater proportion of stable products making up your residents’ menus will make it easier to manage the impact of rising prices.

“The mobilisation of the new catering suppliers, and the transfer of existing ones to allmanhall was smoothly managed and supported expertly… allmanhall’s approach provides my team with reassurance and peace of mind.”

St Martins Care
There’s currently a harsh spotlight on homes without strong procurement practices. Despite chefs working tirelessly to cost recipes, source the best value ingredients, manage portion control and waste, some will continue to struggle to produce food at a low cost without the experience of a procurement team to manage and negotiate price increases for them.

allmanhall also reduce the pressure on finance resources by consolidating billing and providing admin efficiencies and further savings.

Why not visit the allmanhall team on stand 8 at the NACC TDF to find out more?

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