Alto-Shaam Adds Senior Culinary Leader

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Alto-Shaam has appointed Greg Taylor as culinary resources manager and corporate executive chef.

In this newly created joint role, Taylor will serve as culinary resources manager and will be responsible for the overall management, direction and development of Alto-Shaam’s culinary team, ensuring best practice standards to support global growth targets. Additionally, Taylor will also operate as a corporate executive chef, where he will support Alto-Shaam’s global sales, product development and marketing departments by enhancing customer initiatives, executing menu consultations and delivering culinary demonstrations.

With more than 37 years’ experience working within the foodservice and hospitality industry, Taylor joins Alto-Shaam with a wealth of knowledge and expertise. Throughout his career, Taylor has worked across a range of different industry segments and markets, including more than seven years working in leisure and entertainment foodservice environments; almost 10 years spent at the National Culinary Institute; and more than 14 years working as a corporate executive chef for Nestle, according to LinkedIn.

 

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