World Association of Chefs' Societies judges Bernd Uber and Uwe Micheel and tea judge Dilhan C.
What does WACS stand for?
WACS stands for World Association of Chefs' Societies
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- Whittier Area Cooperative Special Education Program (Whittier, CA)
- Women's Army Corps Service Medal
- West African Children Support Network
- Western Australian Council of State School Organisations Inc. (East Perth; Australia)
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- Wellington Artists' Charitable Trust (New Zealand)
- Welsh Advisory Committee on Telecommunications
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- Wisconsin Association of Community Theatres (La Crosse, WI)
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A panel comprising international chefs approved by the World Association of Chefs' Societies (WACS) selected the winners.
Organised by the Abu Dhabi chapter of the Emirates Culinary Guild and endorsed by the World Association of Chefs' Societies, the Middle East's first-ever La Cuisine Du SIAL was held alongside SIAL Middle East, the inaugural regional edition of the world-renowned food events network overseen by the SIAL Group.
Twenty international chefs all of whom are approved by the World Association of Chefs' Societies will form the salon's expert judging panel.
The World Association of Chefs' Societies is a global network of chefs' associations founded in 1928 in Paris.