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Tempting, tasty and nutritious

Helping Care UK residents to get the most out of food and dining

As we get older, eating well and keeping our fluids topped up becomes even more important in ensuring we stay healthy and happy. The experience of dining also plays a key part in helping us to maintain quality of life.

Our chefs ensure that residents enjoy nutritious and delicious choices at every meal, from the option of a cooked breakfast each morning through to a three-course main meal every day.

That’s why the home’s chef will be one of the first people to meet your loved one when they move into a Care UK care home. They’re keen to learn all about your loved one’s unique dietary needs and favourite foods (as well as the things they’re not so fond of) so they can make sure that there’ll always be plenty on the menu to tempt them.

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Download our Food and Dining Promise: Care UK’s commitment to delivering the finest in food, hydration and dining to all our care home residents. 

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