Jamie's Fifteen in Watergate Bay scoops healthy menu award
JAMIE Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall at Watergate Bay has been awarded a prestigious Gold Level CHEFS Award in recognition of its commitment to offering healthy menu options using locally sourced food.
The award means that the restaurant will be able to display a distinctive blue logo informing customers that it has adopted and maintains a high degree of food safety - as well as sourcing a high percentage of local produce and offering healthier options on its menus.
Andy Appleton, head chef at Fifteen Cornwall, said: "This is a great achievement for the team and we take pride in the quality of our food, the importance of taste and flavour and the passion that we have to educate staff and customers on the importance of healthy eating. This award recognises all the hard work we have put in locally over the past six years and our ongoing commitment to Cornwall and its producers."
Launched in October 2005, the CHEFS award was created by Cornwall Council's Public Health and Protection Service working in partnership with the Eatsome Programme, part of the NHS Health Promotion Service and the change 4 life initiative.
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Customers can guarantee that a percentage of the items on a menu are sourced locally. However, businesses are not expected to ensure that every dish served or item sold meets all the criteria - it's about choice.
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