Daily News All News  |  Subscribe  
Restaurant and Foodservice News
RSS
News |  Newsletters  |  Articles |  Blogs | Video |  TV |  QSR News  |  Casual Dining News  |  Onsite News  |  Chef News

The CIA and Hormel Foods Announce the 16 Chefs Chosen for Their Third Culinary Leadership Class




Copyright: Business Wire

February 12, 2013


The successful Culinary Enrichment and Innovation Program (CEIP), a collaboration between The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) and the foodservice division of Hormel Foods HRL -0.06% , has announced the 16 students who will comprise its CEIP Class of 2014. The students, who hail from 12 different states, represent foodservice operations in both the commercial and non-commercial segments ranging from multi-unit restaurants to universities to hospitals and senior living. Their 18-month journey of culinary excellence will begin April 16, 2013. CEIP is the only professional development program to offer advanced management training specifically designed for skilled chefs...


Read More (opens new link to source)  |   All News



Note: The story above links to an external site and was free from registration requirements at the time it was selected. Because Foodservice.com has no control over information outside of our site, the availability and status is subject to change.






Thoughts and Comments?  Post as a member of Foodservice.com or Facebook below
Note that you must be registered to leave comments. Register or Sign in.




Top Stories
1. A Restaurant's Hilarious Use for Negative Yelp Reviews
2. Of carrots and kids: Healthy school lunches that don't get tossed
3. More of the Worst Restaurant Customers Ever
4. Restaurant Adds Industry’s First 'Kitchen Gratuity' Line to Checks
5. Congress eases First Lady's school lunch guidelines
6. 6 Interesting Facts about Anthony Bourdain
7. We used Amazon for lunch delivery, and here’s what happened
8. The food trends that will dominate restaurant menus in 2015
9. 3 Career Lessons From Sushi Chef Jiro Ono
10. LAUSD Bans Antibiotic Treated Chicken in School Lunches

Recent News
Woman Sues Restaurant for $100,000 Because the Staff Wasn’t Nice to Her
Can restaurateurs fight back against entitled customers?
Boston's Restaurant Industry Weighs In On Instagram Controversy
Duo Attempting Yelp Blackmail Gets an Earful from Chef-Owner
McDonald's to Use Chicken Without Human Antibiotics
Finding ways to live in better harmony with Mother Nature
Millennials: A food-obsessed generation?
OpenTable spins rebranding toward mobile with redesigned site, social contest
Where I Eat: Marcus Samuelsson
Inside the Powerful Lobby Fighting for Your Right to Eat Pizza




More like this:

Millennials: A food-obsessed generation?

Where I Eat: Marcus Samuelsson

Meet The Baltimore Butcher Who Rejects The Word 'Charcuterie'

Scientists Now Know What's So Special About Indian Food

India Just Made Eating Burgers Illegal

The LA Times Conducts A Blind Taste Test Of Hot Sauces. The Winner Surprises.

Chefs and Restaurateurs Who Lost a Lot of Weight, and How They Did It

9 Ingredients Chefs are Obsessed With

Sake Isn't a Rice Wine, and Four Other Myths Dispelled

The Sweetest Rhubarb Is Forced Inside a Pitch-Dark Shed

Other Topics:

Business & Financial  (1962)

Chefs and Cooking  (2044)

Customer Service  (109)

Design  (25)

Equipment & Supplies  (27)

Food Cost Management  (65)

Food Safety  (222)

HR and Recruiting  (51)

Human Interest  (995)

Interviews  (6)

Legal  (281)

Marketing - Products  (207)

Marketing - Restaurant  (465)

Menu Development  (203)

Nutrition  (1059)

Restaurant Management  (89)

Restaurant Spotlight  (91)

Sanitation  (29)

Startup  (22)

Technology  (161)

Trends  (121)

 




Copyright © 1996-2013 Foodservice.com ®. All Rights Reserved.