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Indian Young Chefs Association
Welcome to Chefs’ Manifesto India Gathering
Join the two-day virtual Chefs’ Manifesto India Gathering on Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 January, featuring a series of sessions on COVID-19 related food systems challenges in India and upcoming global advocacy moments, as well as reflecting on and discussing Chefs’ Manifesto thematic areas including biodiversity and nutrition through panel discussions, keynote addresses and cooking demonstrations
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IFCA | WHO WE ARE
The Indian Federation of Culinary Associations is a nodal body of culinary professionals in India and is an independent, apolitical, non-religious and voluntary organization of culinary professionals.
IFCA was formed with the idea of developing the culinary profession and to showcase Indian cuisine on the global platform. IFCA hopes to promote culinary knowledge and propagate various kinds of food and bring obscure culinary styles and practices to the forefront.
The main objective of IFCA is to live up to the general interest of the profession and to knit a closer link between the professionals, culinary institutes, allied foodservice industry professionals and to develop a high ethical standard of the culinary art. IFCA is a forum dedicated to connecting culinary professionals across the geography of India with people and places with the knowledge they need to succeed.
The Nodal Body
Proud Member of WORLDCHEFS
IFCA is the one and the only National member of the World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS), the apex body of culinary professionals’ world over with 10 million members, recognized by 110 Countries.
IFCA has been awarded a DIPLOMA by the WACS for its outstanding efforts towards the improvement of Culinary Professionals in India. IFCA is also the proud recipient of WACS Global Communication Award for its maintenance and upkeep of flawless communication systems
Recognized by the Ministry of Tourism
IFCA is the only nodal body of Culinary Professionals representing Chefs of India, recognized by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India. IFCA closely works with the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and the National Council of Hotel Management and its more than 40 Catering and Hotel Management Institutions in organizing various culinary programs.
SIAL India 2019-The Indian edition of Bocuse d’Or
The championship, beyond a mere cooking contest, is a show that receives extraordinary media coverage. Many talented chefs have made a name for themselves by winning the contest.
With the Indian edition of the contest, we aim to bring together chefs from all over the country, among the most promising talents and have them prepare several dishes through the duration of the show.