CONTRACT caterer Charlton House, based in Dunsden, won two prizes at the Foodservice Cateys awards.
Chief executive Caroline Fry was named healthy eating champion in recognition of her work in almost two decades at the company.
She has worked to improve the nutritional quality of workplace meals and to make healthy eating at work accessible, affordable and appealing.
The company’s award-winning Wellbeingbeingwell healthy eating platform was her brainchild. Alison Gilbert, the company’s human resources director, won the HR award.
Judges said she went the “extra mile” while maintaining a low staff turnover.
She was described as “a dynamic team player who understands that a company’s people are its most valuable asset”.
The women collected their awards at a ceremony held at London’s Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel attended by 500 members of the industry.
The Foodservice Cateys are run by Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine.