About ICCA and Membership
What is the ICCA?
The International Corporate Chefs Association is the first chefs association designed solely for corporate chefs from the top 200 multi-unit foodservice operations.
What is the purpose of the organization?
The primary purpose of our organization is to form a network of the nation’s leading culinarians who are involved in menu development and to provide education advancing both the individual and their corporation they represent.
What is unique about this chefs association?
We are a relatively new association with an environment that is very appealing to a corporate chef in a large operating company. Our events are smaller and more conducive to networking and best of all there are no trade shows, booths or selling at our events. Only members, select members of the media and a very small sponsor community are invited to our events. This provides the chef members with an environment that is casual and productive.
Who is qualified to be a member?
Membership is restricted to only the leading culinarian in each of the top 200 multi-unit foodservice operations. There are no consultants permitted to apply for membership – all members must work directly for the multi-unit operator. A membership form is available to fill out and apply for membership just contact the ICCA National Headquarters in Winter Park, Florida. For additional information go to FAQ.