Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI)
May 1979, as a result of a merger of 'Food Facilities Consultants Society (FFCS)', set up 1955, with U-XU4699 - International Society of Food Service Consultants (ISFSC), founded 1958.
Promote the profession of foodservice consulting on a global basis with emphasis on ethical business practice, professionalism, continuing education and independence from the supply chain; link professionals in the industry; encourage interest in foodservice design, engineering and management; broaden members' interests and encourage life-long learning, education, business relations, standards, efficiency and productivity.
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Business meeting (annual). Operating Divisions (3): Americas; Europe/Africa/Middle East; Asia Pacific. Local Units/Chapters operating in: France, Germany-Austria, Netherlands, UK-Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, Canada, Pacific-Northwest (USA), New England (USA), California-Nevada (USA), Australia/New Zealand.
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