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Shangrila Foods steps up as Gold Sponsor for International Chefs Day 2023 celebrations

Shangrila Foods steps up as Gold Sponsor for International Chefs Day 2023 celebrations

HP Newsroom

The Chefs Association of Pakistan (CAP) and the College of Tourism & Hotel Management (COTHM) are proud to announce that Shangrila Foods has taken the center stage as the Gold Sponsor for the much-anticipated International Chefs Day on October 20, 2023.

With the generous support of Shangrila Foods, this year’s International Chefs Day is set to be a spectacular and unforgettable celebration, upholding the culinary tradition and honoring the craftsmanship of professional chefs from around the world. Anticipating the attendance of approximately 1000 to 1200 professional chefs, this event will be the most significant gathering of culinary experts globally.

International Chefs Day offers corporate companies a unique opportunity to engage with professional chefs, establishing valuable connections that can lead to increased sales and mutually beneficial partnerships within the culinary industry. This year, the event promises an exceptional forum for businesses to interact with some of the most influential figures in the culinary world, fostering collaboration and growth.

In addition to the grand festivities, International Chefs Day 2023 will feature the prestigious ‘Chefs Achievement Awards.’ This exclusive event will pay homage to exceptionally talented professional chefs from diverse culinary specialties, recognizing their remarkable contributions and accomplishments. These awards will serve as a testament to the dedication and excellence of these culinary virtuosos.

Shangrila Foods’ decision to step forward as the Gold Sponsor for International Chefs Day underscores their commitment to supporting and celebrating the culinary arts and the talented professionals behind them. With their rich heritage in the food industry, Shangrila Foods is the perfect partner to elevate and enhance this iconic event.

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