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Catering is the business of providing food service at a remote site or a site such as a hotel, hospital, pub, aircraft, cruise ship, park, filming site or studio, entertainment site, or event venue.

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Organizations relating to Catering

International Caterers Association / Est. 1981
European Council of Kitchen Constructors
Australasian Society of Chefs and Cooks
FoodServiceEurope / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1990
European Federation of Food, Catering and Allied Workers' Unions within the IUF / Est. 1958
Global Brotherhood of the Giant Omelette / Est. 1973
Nordisk Union Hotel, Restauration, Catering Og Turisme / Copenhagen, Denmark / Est. 1937
International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association / Philadelphia PA, USA / Est. 1989
KoZon Foundation
Convention Concerning the Certification of Ships' Cooks / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1946
European Committee for Solar Cooking Research / Est. 1991
Conférence pédagogique internationale de l'approvisionnement / Est. 1978
International Chefs Association / Est. 1905
European Breakfast Cereal Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1992
Kitchen Gardeners International / Scarborough ME, USA
European Federation of Catering Equipment Manufacturers / Milan, Italy / Est. 1969
Nordic Federation of Chief Cooks / Est. 1939
International Federation of Cooks / Est. 1895
McLibel Support Campaign / Est. 1990
European Catering Association / Est. 1964
International Bed and Breakfast Fly-Inn Club / Est. 1984
Convention Concerning Food and Catering for Crews on Board Ship / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1946
European Cookware Manufacturers' Association
International Society of Chefs de Cuisine
European Committee of Manufacturers of Domestic Heating and Cooking Appliances / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1951

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World Problems relating to Catering

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inhumane food preparation
Domestic fires
Unethical catering practices
Energy-inefficient cooking stoves
Prohibitive cost of fuel
Inadequate conditions of work in the hotel and catering industries
Mass catering hazards
Inadequately cooked foods
Predominance of fast food
Threatened species of Pterodroma cookii
Threatened species of Amychus granulatus
Threatened species of Ptilinopus rarotongensis
Uncooked vegetables
Kitchen rage
Prohibitive cost of home maintenance

Action Strategies relating to Catering

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing improved cooking stoves
Ensuring competent catering services
Serving nutritious model meals
Creating common cooking centre
Distributing cooked meals
Cautioning against fast food
Providing contract catering
Practicing kitchen management techniques
Eating fast food
Correcting unhealthy catering establishments
Abolishing unethical catering practices
Improving working conditions in tourism industry
Initiating tourist trade catering
Organizing nutritional kitchen services
Serving nutritional seniors' meals
Importing catering services
Exchanging among apprentice cooks
Designing solar cookers
Using solar cookers
Training in solar cooking

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