Food policy, local fare and culinary techniques shared the spotlight during the ninth annual summit of the International Corporate Chefs Association, with independent operators at one point challenging their chain brethren to change the country’s food system. Christine Keff, chef-owner of Flying Fish restaurant in Seattle, said the ICCA’s members — chefs of chain restaurants, non-commercial dining facilities and other large scale foodservice operations, as well as ...

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