MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. — Alto-Shaam has appointed Greg Taylor as Culinary Assets supervisor and company government chef.
On this newly created joint function, Taylor might be answerable for the general administration, route and growth of Alto-Shaam’s culinary crew, making certain best-practice requirements to assist world development targets. As company chef, Taylor may also assist Alto-Shaam’s world gross sales, product growth and advertising departments by enhancing buyer initiatives, executing menu consultations and delivering culinary demonstrations.
With greater than 37 years of expertise working inside the foodservice-and-hospitality business, Taylor has labored throughout a spread of business segments and markets, together with greater than seven years in leisure and leisure foodservice environments; virtually 10 years spent at Nationwide Culinary Institute; and greater than 14 years working as a company chef for one of many world’s largest food-and-beverage corporations.
“It’s nice to welcome Greg to the crew,” says Jeff McMahon, senior director of Product Administration and Culinary at Alto-Shaam. “His huge expertise, in addition to his stage of experience and in-depth information of the business might be invaluable to us as we proceed our development.”
“I’m very happy to be becoming a member of Alto-Shaam and I’m wanting ahead to working alongside the nice crew of cooks as we try to proceed to assist our prospects and companions with perception to reinforce their foodservice operation.”