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IFCA’s 6th International Chefs Conference 2015 Sponsors

IFCA’s 1st National Young Chefs Convention Sponsors



IFCA Women’s Forum (Indian Federation of Chef’s Association) is an initiative which strives to increase visibility of women chefs within the country and in International platforms.It endeavours to support them in their efforts to advance their careers while balancing work and family.

IFCA’s Young Chef’s Forum has been established with the focus of building a stronger lineage of chefs for tomorrow, with greater focus on substantial achievements that can positively impact the Culinary Industry as a whole even as the individual chef is empowered to make the right choices.

Chefs Guild Of India aims to develop the culinary professional and promote culinary tourism across all state borders, cities & towns.
The Indian Culinary Forum (ICF) was formed at New Delhi in 1987 as an exclusive non-profit association of and for members of the culinary profession across the nation.
The South India Culinary Association (SICA) is a fraternity of culinary professionals, representing the finest hotels, restaurants and culinary institutions in South India.
The Western India Culinary Association (WICA), WICA aims to foster educational programs, with lectures and demonstrations by culinarians and catering experts.
IFCA aims to develop the culinary professiona and promote curilnary tourism even as it continuously scaled up Indian cuisine on the Global platform
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