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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...


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