Chef Ambassador Program
Each year, a small number of select chefs are chosen for their dedication to incorporating healthy, locally grown ingredients into their menus.
The Chef Ambassador program is an initiative created and developed in 2014 and facilitated by both the South Carolina Department of Agriculture (SCDA) and the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (SCPRT). The purpose of the South Carolina Chef Ambassador Program is to promote the state’s cuisine and locally grown products that make South Carolina a culinary destination. The program seeks ways to educate local and statewide citizens, as well as visitors to the state, on the importance of eating local, buying local, and supporting your area farmers. Each year a Chef Ambassador will be selected from the state’s four regions: the Upstate, Midlands, Pee Dee, and Lowcountry.
To learn more about the Chef Ambassador Program and past classes, please visit – discoversouthcarolina.com/chef-ambassadors.