Established 12 years ago, allmanhall specialise in food and catering-related procurement for education. They apply their thorough understanding of supply chain management, commodity market movement, food inflation and market trends to benefit clients, achieving value, cost savings and efficiencies without reducing quality. 

Allmanhall negotiate competitive prices on behalf of clients, never losing sight of product quality, the clients’ values and objectives, or the needs of diners. 

Many of allmanhall’s Senior and Client Relationship Management Team come from a catering background. Their many years of experience provide unsurpassed knowledge of schools’ foodservice needs, refined and appropriate price files, and a fully empathetic approach. 

The company’s approach is centred around a four-pillar structure – value, control, support and insight. In addition to negotiating the best prices, whilst maintaining strong supplier relationships (value), allmanhall help clients ensure cost and administrative efficiencies are optimised through the use of a market-leading catering control platform (control). 

“I would like to record my gratitude for all that allmanhall does: I am so pleased they manage our catering purchasing and support us in a number of other ways in addition.”
- J. G. Bartholomew, Bursar, King’s Foundation

From bespoke reports and analysis to in-depth market updates and blog posts, the team’s expertise ensures market-leading allmanhallinsights. Clients benefit from regular updates and trends, enabling them to be aware of food pricing trends and outlooks. 

The final area in which allmanhall seeks to always improve things for their clients and consistently deliver is through support - something which has not gone unnoticed. The company recently won a business award for its customer and staff care.

“The mobilisation process was faultless.”
- Graeme Edmonds, Head Chef

To discuss how allmanhall can help you inspire improvement in your catering-related supply chain management, visit our website or contact us at

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