Philippines: Culinary Competition Highlights US Fine Foods

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FAS Manila, in partnership with De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Enderun Colleges and Lyceum of the Philippines University, organized the first-ever Great American Taste Culinary Competition on May 5, 2018, to showcase the availability, variety, quality and applications of U.S. beef, cheese, nuts, potatoes, raisins and turkey. The event gained press coverage and social media traction. U.S. Ambassador Sung Kim recognized the participating students as “tomorrow’s top chefs” and praised the culinary competition as “an example of the strong cultural collaboration between our two countries and our shared passion for food.” 

Philippines: Culinary Competition Highlights US Fine Foods

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