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Links to Online Resources

NATIONAL RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION:

Dedicated to providing educational and training solutions that serve the needs of the entire restaurant and hospitality industry: corporations, associations, schools, independent operators, and trainer´┐ŻBoth national and international.
www.restaurant.org

CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION:

Is the oldest trade association in the United States representing 13,000 foodservice businesses statewide. www.calrest.org/

NATIONS RESTAURANT NEWS:

Providing information for all aspects of the foodservice industry including trends, fads, employment and new products or services.
www.nrn.com

FOODSERVICE EDUCATORS NETWORK:

To partner with foodservice educators in their professional development to encourage students who love food and cooking to reach for more efficient methods, more daring food preparations, deeper grounding in the basics, a broader knowledge base; and an appreciation for the multiple skills needed in the areas of business and communications.
www.feni.org

BANKING:

A website for chefs, pastry chefs, and educators. They have files and links to associations, publishers, chefs' web pages and many other resources.
www.escoffier.com

PROGRESSIVE BAKER :

Is devoted to scratch baking. Its most interesting features are the Baker's Toolbox and online technical assistance.
www.progressivebaker.com

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES & UNIVERSITY FOOD SERVICES:

Here you can take a virtual tour of a college campus dining facility, check out the job bulletin and peer network, enter a recipe contest and learn about industry news, upcoming events, and education programs
www.nacufs.org

THE FOOD AND NUTRITION INFORMATION CENTER:

Features databases of food safety materials and software, a comprehensive index of food and nutrition sources on the Web and a custom search feature. Learn about foodborne illnesses, HACCP, even enter a food safety electronic discussion group.
www.nal.usda.gov/fnic

THE VEGETARIAN RESOURCE GROUP:

Explains vegetarianism, how its growing in popularity and how you can please your vegetarian customers with delicious recipes. There are special sections for quantity feeding, schools, and seniors.
www.vrg.org

MEALS FOR YOU:

There are loads of recipe sites out there, but this one allows you to search its vast recipe database by type, ingredient or by nutrient content. Instantly scale the recipes to feed anywhere from 1 to 100 people and get your nutrient analysis too.
www.mealsforyou.com