The Women's Foodservice Forum Announces Entrepreneur of the Year Recipient Lori Daniel, CoFounder of Two Chefs on a Roll, is Honored for Success


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The Women's Foodservice Forum Announces Entrepreneur of the Year Recipient

Lori Daniel, CoFounder of Two Chefs on a Roll, is Honored for Success

Chicago (May 24, 2004) The Women's Foodservice Forum announces Lori Daniel, chief inspiration officer and cofounder of Carson, Calif.based Two Chefs on a Roll, as the recipient of the organization's third annual Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Daniel will receive the award at the Women's Foodservice Forum's Forum on Competitive Edge luncheon at 11:30 a.m., Monday, May 24, 2004 at McCormick Place in Chicago during the annual National Restaurant Association Restaurant HotelMotel Show.

Women's Foodservice Forum is an organization dedicated to developing leadership talent and ensuring career advancement for executive women in the foodservice industry, and Daniel was selected as Entrepreneur of the Year based on her commitment to expand her company and her effort to support and promote the careers of women in the foodservice industry.

Lori Daniel's vision and ambition are inspiring to all women in the foodservice industry, Diana Wynne, chair of the Women's Foodservice Forum. Through her insight and diligence, Two Chefs on a Roll is now recognized and highly regarded throughout the industry. Daniel has used her experiences to help other women in the foodservice industry by participating with the Women's Foodservice Forum's mentor program and on the leadership roundtable for the Annual Leadership Development Conference.

Daniel founded Two Chefs on a Roll with Eliot Swartz in 1985 as a wholesale dessert company by selling signature desserts to restaurants. Since then, the company has evolved into a full range factory of custom savory and bakery products that designs and manufactures unique food products, including appetizers, sauces, soups and desserts for restaurants, manufacturers, food processors and food retailers.

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About Women's Foodservice Forum

The Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF) engages the foodservice industry to develop leadership talent and ensure career advancement for executive women. Formed in 1989, the organization has grown to more than 2,000 members representing all segments of the foodservice industry, including restaurant operations, manufacturing, distribution, publishing and consulting. Women's Foodservice Forum has made important differences in the personal and professional lives of individual members, both female and male, and the foodservice industry at large. Through its annual Leadership Development Conference, Regional Connects networking events, and various workshops and mentoring programs, Women's Foodservice Forum provides members with the tools needed to make a positive difference in their careers. Women's Foodservice Forum also conducts exclusive, commissioned research projects which help the organization to design and shape its programming so members can build the skills industry leaders look for. For more information about Women's Foodservice Forum, visit its website at