The CIA is working to advance the common goal of
preserving and protecting the health of the planet and
our public health by fostering balanced dialogue about
environmental sustainability, health issues, food ethics,
and global responsibility
Whatever you call it and however you frame it, plant forward is one
of the most significant culinary mega-trends underway in America
and in global foodservice. It is changing how chefs think about
menus, flavor development, creativity, profitability, and their future
What if leaders in the culinary arts, business, public health, and environmental sciences all worked together to develop business-friendly solutions to today’s most pressing social and environmental concerns?
Flavor, Quality & American Menus is an annual invitational leadership retreat presented in partnership by The Culinary Institute of America and the University of California, Davis.
Co-founded and jointly led by Stanford University and The Culinary Institute of America, the Menus of Change University Research Collaborative is a working group of leading scholars, foodservice business leaders, and executive chefs from invited colleges and universities who are accelerating efforts to move Americans toward healthier, more sustainable, plant-forward diets.
The Culinary Institute of America’s Digital Media team offers a wide range of digital services, from website development to webcasting and online marketing to online education. Learn more here!
Watch The Culinary Institute of America’s newest documentary series, World Culinary Arts: Korea!
Registration for reThink Food 2018 is now open! reThink Food 2017 sold out, so be sure to register early!
Watch the live webcast of The Culinary Institute of America’s Menus of Change conference.