Aramark

  • Ronan Fox, Head Chef at Mayo University Hospital, picked up his Aramark’s team Gold medal award in Kilkenny earlier this week.

    Aramark at Mayo University Hospital scooped the title of Ireland’s Healthcare Catererat the 2019 Gold Medal Awards, the leading independent awards programme for the Irish hospitality industry

    The awards recognise caterers who provide exceptional product and service offerings in the healthcare sector.

    Ronan has recently been named ‘Aramark Healthcare Executive Chef’ in recognition of his innovative work and leadership in healthcare food services.

    He told Midwest news today that he is really proud of the talented Aramark team at Mayo University Hospital.

    Our primary focus, he explained, “is always on how we can better meet patient needs and we are committed to delivering a quality of service that always keeps those needs at its heart”.

  • Ashford Castle in Cong took two national awards last night at the annual Gold Medal Awards.

    While Breaffy House Hotel and Resort in Castlebar won Ireland’s Family Friendly Award, and Aramark at Mayo University Hospital scooped the title of Ireland’s Healthcare Caterer

    Now in their 31st year, the Gold Medal Awards are recognised as the leading independent awards programme for the Irish hospitality industry.
    Judged by industry experts, the Hotel & Catering Review Gold Medal Awards recognise and reward excellence in hospitality and catering operations across the island of Ireland.

    The awards were presented at a black-tie gala dinner last night at the Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny.

    Ashford Castle took the national titles in the categories Ireland’s 5 Star Resorts and Ireland’s Wine Experience.

    Markree Castle in Sligo took the Connaught regional award as Ireland’s Favourite Place to Stay