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Gwynedd Council Partner with Business Wales to Boost Local Supply Chain


Meet the Buyer: Food Distribution and Supply Contracts, Gwynedd Council

Gwynedd Council in partnership with Business Wales has organised a Meet The Buyer event with regards to the upcoming tender opportunity for the Food Distribution and Supply Contracts for Gwynedd Council Schools, Residential Homes, and Leisure Centres. Anglesey Council Residential Care Homes will also be included in this contract.

These will be three year contracts (with a 1 year possible extension) supplying approximately 120 site across Gwynedd and Anglesey, with a combined value of approximately £2,200,000 to £2,500,000 per annum.

This tender opportunity will be separated into 7 key categories (Grocery, Frozen Food, Frozen Meat, Fruit and Vegetables, Bread, Milk and Soft Drinks) each then split into 4 or 6 geographical areas.



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