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Sep, 01 2015

ICF Re-elects Chef Davinder Kumar as its President

ICF re-elected Chef Davinder Kumar as a President for another two-year term, he is a Vice President F&B of Le Meridien, New Delhi and appointed Chef Vivek Saggar of VS Food Art as the new Secretary General.

Indian Culinary Forum (ICF), a Forum of Chefs affiliated to Indian Federation of Culinary Associations (IFCA), organized their ‘Annual General Meeting Election’ on August 24, 2015, in New Delhi as part of the annual general meeting (AGM) of the Forum.

ICF re-elected Chef Davinder Kumar as a President for another two-year term, he is a Vice President F&B of Le Meridien, New Delhi and appointed Chef Vivek Saggar of VS Food Art as the new Secretary General.

Commenting of his selection for the additional term, Chef Davinder Kumar said, “My new team and I are committed to make the ICF one of the ‘most professionally managed’ chef associations not only in India but globally. We want to make the ICF a forum people look forward to be associating with. We are committed to take the Forum to greater heights”.

Other elected members include Chef Shaju Zacharia, an independent food consultant, as Vice President for another term, Vinod Bhatti, Executive Chef, American Embassy (ACSA) as the Treasurer of the Forum for another term. The Joint Secretaries include Chef Arvind Rai, Chef Mahendra Khariya, Chef Bharat Alagh, Chef Prem Ram, Chef Rajesh Variyath, and Chef Atul Shankar Mishra. Around 180 members of the ICF participated in the AGM and elections.

Chef Vivek Saggar said, “I am really thankful to everyone voted for me. Here at ICF our purpose is to boost upcoming chefs and train them raise the standard of Indian Classic Cuisine to Global level. We aim for the success of the Forum”.

Apart from strengthening the membership base, the Forum is also working on couple of new projects related to education, welfare of the underprivileged, etc. ICF aims to encourage and inspire junior chefs through training and competition, to raise the culinary standards in India, and to serve as a platform to leverage the development of Indian culture and cuisine on a global scale and to encourage Indian nationals to consider, pursuing a career within the hospitality industry.

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