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It is estimated that up to as many as 89% of individuals residing in residential aged care or rehabilitation settings are at risk of malnutrition or are in fact malnourished (1). It is therefore important that every mouthful of food that a resident consumes is packed full of the key essential nutrients required for better health outcomes. This is where food fortification may improve the daily lives of residents by adding ingredients making real foods more nutrient dense (2,3,4). Inadequate…

The unfortunate, increasing number of COVID-19 cases throughout care facilities may mean a review of existing catering processes and procedures. Developing a specific outbreak menu if COVID-19 is contracted, is a great way to plan for meal preparation with limited staff in a COVID-19 safe environment. Food for thought Things like pre-prepared meal kits or selecting ingredients that can be easily sourced during the pandemic, can ensure residents continue to receive adequate nutrition and hydration if there’s a COVID-19 outbreak,…

This delicious, cheesy, mouthwatering bake is the perfect winter warming dinner dish. Not only is this meal full of flavour, it contains salmon, which includes EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids that help to decrease inflammation and protect the heart and brain. If you’re looking for a recipe that’s high in protein, potassium, selenium and B-vitamins, our Salmon and Asparagus Mornay is a great choice! Made it?  Snap a photo and hashtag it #soupeduprecipes. We love to see your creations…

Filling and decadent, this warm pasta salad meets the brief of tasty and nutritious. Avocado, a key ingredient,  is rich in tryptophan, a pre-cursor to serotonin – our feel-good chemical. It also contains folate and omega 3 fatty acids. This combination is known to help regulate our brain’s neaurotransmitters. Our Avocado, Bean & Rocket Pasta is straight from the SoupedUp kitchen and is a resident favourite! Made it?  Snap a photo and hashtag it #soupeduprecipes. We love to see your…

Tracy Sutherland, our UK General Manager, spoke with the editor at the Care Home Environment about how SoupedUp is breaking the mould, empowering chefs, and lifting industry standards. When Belinda Adams founded SoupedUp over a decade ago, she had one goal in mind – to connect catering and care, everywhere. Working in the hospitality and care sectors, she knew all too well the complexities and pressures on care providers to deliver nutritious, wholesome food on strict budgets. This, at the…

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SoupedUp Catering Software supports the catering management of your care facility (care home) to deliver clinically appropriate, nutritious, safe, cost effective, resident focused restaurant-quality food to every resident simultaneously. It mitigates risk while meeting legislative and regulatory compliance.

Utilising the latest web development to ensure your set up costs are minimal, SoupedUp Catering provides the complete dietary and menu management of your residents. SoupedUp Catering allows management to control staff member access to different facilities (care homes), ideal for area or regional managers. The reports minimise administration time, improve efficiency, are iPad/tablet adaptable and ensure kitchens are accreditation and audit ready.

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