KCCJ wins major CPU outfit deal

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KCCJ will be transforming this space in Bermondsey into a new CPU for contract caterer, Fooditude.

Kent kitchen design house KCCJ has won a contract to fit out a new central production unit (CPU) kitchen this spring for Fooditude.

Formerly known as Just Hospitality, Fooditude is an independent contract caterer to leading tech clients in London. The company’s brand change came into effect on 1 January, with the overhaul signalling the business’ confidence in its delivery model with plans for expansion.

This complex project will be a phased over two separate installs, with KCCJ supplying and fitting flooring, some large canopies and new equipment, along with disconnecting and removing all of the equipment from both the client’s present kitchens and reinstalling it into the new CPU site.

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KCCJ business development manager Ray Gear commented: “What a fantastic opportunity this is for KCCJ. We are looking forward to getting started.”

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