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Lexington unveils The Mindful Kitchen

A social value led initiative bringing together health, nutrition and wellbeing has been launched by corporate contract caterer, Lexington.

The Mindful Kitchen, which is being rolled out across Lexington sites throughout this month, will feature sustainable, wellness-focused food, collaborations with forward-thinking and environmentally conscious supply partners, and health and nutrition advice for clients and their employees.

The Mindful Kitchen is designed to offer its clients a portfolio of concepts led by Lexington or its socially conscious partners, to mindfully nourish people and the planet with clean, nutritional, and sustainable food choices. It gives clients a holistic view of all the concepts on offer and their benefits, meaning clients can choose what they’d like to introduce at their sites.

The Mindful Kitchen partners with brands such as Symplicity, a delicious, vegetable-based alternative and a pioneer in the plant-based industry; Vitalicious in collaboration with Unrooted, a range of smoothies and juices packed with seasonal vegetables, fruits and essential vitamins focused on mind and body; Wildfarmed, an end-to-end supply chain that offers a route to market for crops grown in systems that prioritise soil health.

The initiative also provides seasonal campaigns to support overall employee wellbeing such as dry January, vitamin deficiencies, how to improve beating the winter blues, and seasonal sleeping. Each campaign includes an in-depth guide to achieving optimum health each season, led by Lexington’s dieticians.

Jon Lilley, Group Development Chef at Lexington said: “Wellness, CSR and ESG underpin everything we do at Lexington so it made sense to create The Mindful Kitchen to enrich our customers’ experience. The Mindful Kitchen goes far beyond the plate. It is a holistic approach to inspiring a mindful approach to eating. We want our clients and their employees to eat better and live better.”

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