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TFE Hotels boosts F&B offering with Vittoria Coffee

TFE Hotels boosts F&B offering with Vittoria Coffee partnership

18 August 2014: TFE Hotels are delighted to announce the addition of Vittoria Coffee to their food and beverage offering across Australia and New Zealand. As of August 2014, Vittoria Coffee will be served from our trained Baristas across all of TFE Hotels’ properties*, with Vittoria Coffee brew providing guests and local coffee lovers an authentic caffeine kick.

The partnership will also see the introduction of Vittoria coffee and La Maison Du Thé French tea to all in-room tea boxes**.

Kate Peat, Food & Beverage Director of TFE Hotels said: “We are dedicated to providing guests with quality food and memorable culinary experiences. With a booming coffee culture in Australia and New Zealand, the move to a better quality coffee product was a natural progression and we are thrilled to be serving a premium coffee brand like Vittoria to our guests.

“Vittoria Coffee’s philosophy resonates well with TFE Hotels’ commitment to using fresh and quality produce.”

The move to serve Vittoria Coffee at TFE Hotels follows the decision to revitalise culinary the company’s culinary offerings right across its portfolio of brands*. Its new food and beverage concept focuses on fresh, seasonal and local produce with overhauled menus set to feature healthier, more “home-style” food options.

Rolando Schirato, Managing Director for Vittoria Food & Beverage, said “We are extremely pleased to partner with TFE Hotels, who, like Vittoria Food & Beverage, pride themselves on offering the very best product possible to each and every one of their customers. We understand the importance of consistency and quality, which are also core values to TFE Hotels, a commonality that will ensure a strong partnership long into the future.”

In New Zealand, TFE Hotels manages Rendezvous Hotel Auckland, Rendezvous Hotel Christchurch and Travelodge in Wellington.

**ENDS**

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