Canadian Women in Food (CWIF) was founded in 2014, as a national association to help amplify the voices of female food entrepreneurs, and to promote a more inclusive space for all women in food. The mission of CWIF is to promote women-owned businesses; to cultivate the positive energy that comes from women supporting women; and to stir up the spirit of female food entrepreneurs by creating opportunities for economic growth.
In 2019, CWIF is prioritizing opportunities for members to market & promote their businesses, creating more meaningful learning initiatives, engaging with industry to unlock opportunities for access, and building a network of women serious about food. CWIF is grateful for how the association has been nourished by the passion, inspiration, and expertise of many within the food industry and reflects their aspirations to ensure a sustainable future for female food entrepreneurs in Canada.
For more information, please visit www.canadianwomeninfood.ca.
As a single and unified voice for meat and poultry processors since 1980, the Meat & Poultry Ontario (MPO) provides industry leadership on matters that directly affect their members. Their objective is to protect, grow, and strengthen their industry to the benefit of all members and best serve Ontario consumers.
MPO represent over 300 members across Ontario including abattoirs, processing plants, butcher shops, fine food stores, suppliers and partners. Their processing members are family-owned and operated, multi-generational businesses all with the objective of providing consumers with delicious, artisan products handcrafted using traditional methods and age-old recipes handed down over generations.
Whether you are looking for fresh cuts of the best meats sourced from local farms, or award-winning salumi, charcuterie and affettati, they have a member to meet your needs.
For more information, please visit ontariomeatandpoultry.ca find a member close to you.
The goal of the Culinary Federation is to unite chefs and cooks across Canada in a common dedication to professional excellence. The Culinary Federation (CF) was founded in 1963 and incorporated in Ottawa as a non-profit association in 1972. Since its inception, the federation has enjoyed a deep and long-standing tradition as Canada’s true representation of the professional chef and cook.
Throughout its history as Canada’s largest federally chartered professional chefs’ organization, the name of the federation has undergone several changes to recognize the chef’s continually changing role in the kitchen and education. From 1963-1982 the organization was called the Canadian Federation of Chefs de Cuisine.
When the importance and role of the professional cook was recognized, the name was changed to Canadian Federation of Chefs & Cooks. In 2003, when “inclusion” was the buzzword, it became necessary to recognize other competencies in culinary arts without forsaking the basic food preparation skills of a qualified cook, baker or pastry cook.
Membership in the Culinary Federation is available to any and all persons who actively seek and involve their career paths as a Cook Apprentice, Journeyman Cook, Professional Chef/Cook or Culinary Professional. The Federation is a federally chartered, not for profit organization, and is managed by a member elected board of directors. Its membership is derived from Regional and City Branches who maintain their affiliation with the CF by way of the charter and acceptance of National Bylaws.
The business of the CF is presented at recognized annual conferences open to all members, invited guests and persons or organizations associated with the hospitality industry.
For more information, please visit www. culinaryfederation.ca
Foodservice Consultants Society International, “FCSI” are a worldwide organization of independent consultants specializing in the commercial foodservice aspect of industry and the only such consulting society that operates on a worldwide basis.
All FCSI Professional Members have specialized areas of service in which they have extensive experience such as functional programming, space planning, costs analysis, facility design, operational management, equipment specifying, contract management and many other areas of specialism.
FCSI members must abide by a strict code of ethics and professional conduct working efficiently and confidentially for our clients with a commitment to honesty and integrity. Consultant members are required to participate in the FCSI Continuing Professional Growth programme that focus on cutting-edge developments in the foodservice industry. Networking with their global peers, allied manufacturers and fabricators and industry associates are an integral benefit to the clientele we serve.
We make every effort to understand the needs of the food service operator, the concerns of the owner and the requirements of the contractors and are not associated with any manufacturer or dealer nor do we sell equipment. FCSI members strive to nurture strong relationships with equipment dealers, fabricators and manufacturers to bring optimum value to the client and end users.
Keeping abreast of all market trends and equipment enables them to gear to the clients’ individual needs and ideas in this fast changing industry and smaller world. Speak to an FCSI consultant about your Foodservice needs for the sizzle that you’re striving for!
For more information, please visit www.fcsi.org
Educate. Innovate. Elevate.
It’s what MAFSI reps do.
It’s what we do for manufacturers.
It’s what we do for the industry.
275 rep agencies, 260 manufacturers and 2,400 members strong. Spanning North America, feeding 300 million people and changing an industry.
MAFSI member companies represent most of the top brands of foodservice equipment and smallwares you need for your operation.
Our role is to provide sales and marketing information, train Operators on the many functions and applications of the equipment we sell and to provide post-sales support to our customers. The equipment we represent is sold through authorized restaurant equipment suppliers.
You are our customers. We are the Experts.
From restaurants, to colleges, hospitals, major chains – we’re there. With great people, and great products - moving an entire industry further than ever before.
With industry-wide training through Foodservice 101, regional and national market research, and the largest educational conference in the industry – we don’t just make it different. We make a difference.
We. Are. MAFSI.
For more information, please visit www.mafsi.org
Nightclub & Bar Show is North America’s most influential gathering of bar and nightlife professionals. Annually, for 30+ years more than 36,000 professionals gather from across the U.S. and 50+ other countries to learn, network and grow the industry. The 2019 Nightclub & Bar Show will host 600+ exhibitors and sponsors on their innovative Expo floor and at venues throughout the city of Las Vegas, dynamic keynoters plus hundreds of the industry’s leading experts in its comprehensive conference program, and an unparalleled nightlife lineup.
The Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show is proud to announce that it has formed a partnership with Nightclub & Bar Show and that the Nightclub & Bar Show Experience will be an important part of the 2018 Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show programming. The Nightclub & Bar Show Experience consists of a series of beverage-oriented educational sessions and roundtable discussions delivered by many recognizable industry experts and leaders. The Nightclub & Bar Show Experience will bring to the 2018 Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show, a unique and informative educational and interactive experience unlike any other event in Canada.
For more information, please visit www.ncbshow.com