As a result of the contracts, the group will continue to operate on-site restaurants and cafés at National University of Ireland Galway, the University of Limerick and an number of other third-level institutions.
It supplies meals daily to about 30,000 students and college staff.
Campbell is a subsidiary of Aramark Ireland, in turn owned by the major US group of the same name.
Donal O’Sullivan of Aramark said “we are committed to providing food which is nutritious, appeals to modern tastes and most importantly is great tasting”.
Linda Stevens, director of Campus Life Services at the University of Limerick said, she has been “consistently impressed” with the group’s innovative approach to food service and its strong focus on nutrition.
“We look forward to working with Aramark in the future,” she said.
The group is recognised for its award-winning food and facilities management services across the pharmaceutical, financial services, IT and manufacturing sectors, as well as in education and the healthcare sectors.
Headquartered in Dublin it has regional offices in Cork, Limerick and Belfast. In the US, the Aramark Corporation has been ranked consistently as one of the top three most admired companies in its industry by Fortune magazine. Active in 22 countries, it employs 260,000 people worldwide.