American Culinary Federation acknowledges Red Goose’s second annual top-level sponsorship of its Master Chef Exam.
The American Culinary Federation announced today that one candidate for its Master Chef Certification successfully completed the rigorous nine-day exam to earn his Certified Master Chef designation. Timothy Bucci, of Lacroix, Louisiana, advanced through all eight required competencies to earn his CMC designation.
ACF thanked Red Goose Spice Company for its top-tier sponsorship of the exam and noted that this was the second year in a row that Red Goose provided this level of support.
Chef Dan Lowry, founder of Red Goose, said how “pleased everyone at Red Goose is to be able to participate in this important event, and we hope to continue our support of it for many years to come.” Chef Lowry is also an instructor in Culinary Arts at Detroit’s Macomb Community College. “I’ve always believed in the importance of formal culinary education. I think it gives students a broader perspective and deeper understanding of many aspects of the cooking sector. It qualifies them at a higher level for almost any kind of food service career. I would say 90 percent of Red Goose employees have graduated or are enrolled in some form of culinary program.”
Established in 1929, the American Culinary Federation is the premier professional chefs’ organization in North America with more than 17,500 members in over 150 chapters nationwide.