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FROM LEFT: Chief Executive Officer of the National Cultural Foundation (NCF), Cranston Browne; NCF’s Chief Cultural Officer Andrea Wells; Chief Financial Officer with Roberts Manufacturing Company Limited, Jason Sambrano, and Managing Director David Foster showing the meals they prepared during the press conference yesterday morning.
Changes coming to NIFCA Culinary Arts
The National Cultural Foundation’s (NCF) Culinary Arts event will this year see participants receiving greater exposure for their talents and services.

The 2014 Roberts National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) Culinary Arts, which is dubbed the “Kitchen Culinary Arena and Expo”, will for the first time be held at the Garfield Sobers Sporting Complex. This location will be divided into a culinary arena and NIFCA marketplace. In the former location, events such as the Best Bajan Cook and Mixologist Competition will occur. Meanwhile in the latter location, patrons will be able to purchase and sample foods
prepared by NIFCA participants as well as participate in workshops. There will also be a Famers’ Market and a Van Crawl & Food Court on the outdoors of the gymnasium.

These were among the changes announced by Chief Executive Officer of the National Cultural Foundati...

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