IFSEA

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IFSEAInternational Food Service Executives Association
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"Wasp has done an exceptional job," said IFSEA evaluator and retired Navy warrant officer Robert Winn.
At the 2012 IFSEA Conference, JTM Food Group will feature a Fiesta of Flavor, serving a variety of great-tasting Mexican products including; Reduced Fat and Sodium Beef Taco, Shredded Chicken Taco, Pork Carnitas, Shredded Beef Ranchero Filling, Queso Blanco sauce, and Poco Enchilada Sauce.
The awards ceremony honoring these units will be held at the end of March in San Diego, California, during the IFSEA Conference and Trade Show.
The Ney Awards were established in 1958 and the Hill Awards in 1985 by the Secretary of the Navy and IFSEA to improve and recognize quality food service in the Navy and Marine Corps.
First place winners and runners-up were recognized during the IFSEA conference held March 31, in San Diego.
The 53rd annual IFSEA conference and seminar will be held Mar.
The Ney Memorial Awards Program is co-sponsored by the Secretary of the Navy and IFSEA. IFSEA is a nonprofit food service association dedicated to enhancing the professional image and growth of persons serving the food service industry.
The evaluation teams were made up of senior Navy culinary specialists and IFSEA representatives.
The Ney Memorial Awards Program is co-sponsored by the SECNAV and IFSEA. IFSEA is a nonprofit food service association dedicated to enhancing the professional image and growth of persons serving the food service industry.
The Ney Memorial Awards Program is cosponsored by the Secretary of the Navy and IFSEA. IFSEA is a nonprofit food service association dedicated to enhancing the professional image and growth of persons serving the food service industry.
Adopt-a-Ship is actively recruiting chefs and cooks from the ACF and will expand the search into other professional food service organizations including the Research Chefs Association (RCA), the Retailer's Bakers Association (RBA), the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and the International Food Service Executives Association (IFSEA), reaching out to all culinary professionals to support Navy Culinary Training.
The Ney awards were established in 1958 and the Hill Awards in 1985 by the Secretary of the Navy and International Food Service Executives Association (IFSEA) to improve and recognize quality food service in the Navy and Marine Corps.