Benugo beats competition for £40m deal with British Museum
Caterer Benugo is to provide food for the country's most visited museum as it signs a £40 million deal with the British Museum.
Having beaten competitors including Ampersand, Rhubarb and Pret A Manger for the contract, it will now offer its services to the six million visitors the museum receives each year.
Ben Warner, founder of Benugo, said: "The British Museum has an incredible history and heritage, and we are thrilled to be able to contribute to this through our food service, which will offer choice, value and excellence."
Benugo already supplies catering services to the Science Museum which is also in London, alongside the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and National Museums Scotland, showing its propensity to dominate the market.
Having been founded in 1998, the company has a number of restaurants and delis, as well as supplying offices, such as those of Barclays and Ernst & Young, on top of its high profile deals with the tourism industry.