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Bringing together more than 250 executive chefs and foodservice directors from all segments of noncommercial foodservice

2018 Attendee Segment Breakdown

12%Contract Headquarter/ Business & Industry
28%Colleges & Universities
36%Healthcare
18%K-12 Schools
6%Other

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Peach County SchoolsSchool Nutrition Director
Penn State UniversityManager, Housing and Food Services
Penn State UniversityCulinary Manager
Penn State UniversityManager of Residential Dining
Penn State UniversityAssistant Manager of Residential Dining
Penn State UniversityAssistant Manager Residential Dining
Penn State UniversityManager
Penn State UniversityFood Service Manager
Penn State UniversityAssistant Director
Pensacola Christian College-Dining ServicesChef
Pickens County Board of EducationCNP Technology
Pickens County Board of EducationCNP Director
Pickens County Board of educationSchool Nutrition Director
Poinciana Medical CenterDirector of Food and Nutrition
Purdue UniversityDirector of Dining Services
Purdue UniversityDirector of Operations
40+Speakers
400+Attendees

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