Australian Culinary Federation:
Fonterra Foodservice is a proud supporter of the Australian Culinary Federation (ACF).
The ACF is the national organisation representing professional chefs, cooks and apprentices. It seeks to participate and advise in the establishment, maintenance and improvement of national and international culinary standards.
Through its sponsorship Fonterra Foodservice is naming rights sponsor of the Australian Culinary Challenge, held at Fine Food Melbourne (September 2010) and Fine Food Perth (March 2011). Fonterra Foodservices is also a proud co-sponsor of the Australian Culinary Olympic team.
World Association of Chefs Societies
A non-political professional organisation, World Association of Chefs Societies is dedicated to maintaining and improving the culinary standards of global cuisines. Representing over 10 million professionals chefs world-wide, WACS works through education, training and professional development. As an authority and opinion leader on food, WACS represents a global voice on all issues related to culinary profession. Fonterra is a major sponsor.
National Apprentice Competition
The largest event of its kind, the National Apprentice Competition sees the participation of more than 300 apprentices, 90 training colleges and 200 culinary educators. Conducted through regional, state and national levels - the competition encourages excellence and creativity and seeks the best culinary student in Australia. Fonterra Foodservice is the major sponsor.
Fonterra Foodservice is a proud sponsor of Clubs NSW which represents the state's 1400 registered clubs.
Through its sponsorship Fonterra Foodservice is the naming rights sponsor for the Clubs NSW Chefs Table culinary competition and the Clubs Australia National Chefs Table culinary competition.
Fonterra Foodservice aims to support the growth and development of all chefs within the clubs industry through its sponsorship and via the special events it holds with Clubs NSW.
Clubs Queensland is the peak industry body and union of employers for registered and licensed clubs in Queensland.
Clubs Queensland represent the interests of approximately 600 clubs throughout the State including sporting clubs (bowls, golf, rugby league, etc), RSL and ex-services clubs, surf lifesaving clubs, workers, business, ethnic and other community clubs.
Clubs Queensland’s mission is to provide member clubs with cost-effective expert knowledge and advice on industrial and legislative issues clubs need to run in the most efficient manner.
Clubs Queensland promotes the club industry through comprehensive government relations and public relations strategies, as well as through the provision of up-to-date training programs and holding relevant, industry-focused special events.