Professionalism: ANFP members are leaders who demonstrate the highest standards of their profession, adhere to a code of ethics, and pursue lifelong learning.
Advocacy: ANFP members are advocates for those they serve and demonstrate that they care about their health and quality of life.
Best Practices: ANFP members implement nutrition and foodservice best practices and impart that knowledge to those they serve and lead.
Vendor Chair and Ways & MeansMr.Ralph E. Pace, Jr., CDM, CFPPSt Louis, MO
To find the most up to date approved programs in your area, go the ANFP Approved Training Program page and search by state and/or type of program. This page provides contact information and links to the school's training program.
ANFP advocates for members regarding issues that affect the CDM, CFPP, food safety, and the foodservice profession. Learn more about ANFP-PAC, our political action committee, that provides financial support to the advocacy effort.