Welcome to AHF Oregon Chapter!


Our organization's mission is to advance healthcare foodservice professionals by assuring food and nutrition is a core competency. We enhance and develop management skills of food service administrators while maintaining professional standards and ethics.

Members are involved in the administrative management of food service departments in healthcare organizations. Anyone in such a leadership position or interest in food service administration is welcome to join. Members include food service directors, food service managers and supervisors, certified dietary managers (CDMs), chief and clinical registered dietitians (RDs), dietetic technicians, registered (DTRs), executive chefs, dietary consultants, healthcare professional and food service educators.

Membership categories include active, student and retired. (See Definitions and also our Membership Application.) This varied membership gives OR AHF its value and expertise. Joining today will be a smart career move and a great networking opportunity for the future.

Join the AHF Oregon Chapter to Experience All This…
  • Education, Events, and Continuing Education
  • Professional Support and Mentoring
  • Merchandising and Marketing Ideas
  • Food Service Innovations
  • Supplier Contacts
  • Skills Development
  • Product Sampling
  • Sanitation and Food Code Updates
  • Career Development
  • Regulatory Compliance Assistance
  • Networking
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Success Stories
  • Facility Tours

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Our Business Partners

Janel Rupp
Email: janelr@prnw.com
Performance Reps Northwest


Ray Soucie
Email: Ray@webbfsd.com 
Webb Foodservice Design 

Riley Miles
MarkeTeam Foodservice

Tom Halligan
Email: Tom@rouxbe.com



Fishnick - Foodservice Energy Efficiency Expert (Fe3) training

Managing energy and water use is a good business strategy
The commercial food service industry is losing several billion dollars’ in profits a year to energy and water waste. Training foodservice professionals to treat energy and water like other commodities and giving them the skills to manage their utilities, like they manage food costs, has the potential to return those billions back to the bottom line.

Online education is an effective way to train the diverse foodservice workforce
Utilities, culinary schools, restaurants, institutions, and professional organizations all face the challenge of how to train a diverse, busy, and mobile workforce. Fe3 is the first cost-effective way to provide foodservice-specific efficiency training that reaches across the entire industry. Based on over 30 years of lab and field work, energy surveys and design consultations by the industry experts at fishnick, the Fe3 curriculum is straightforward, practical and built for results.

Recognition as a Foodservice Energy Efficiency Expert shows dedication to effective design and operations
Foodservice operators increasingly understand the bottom-line benefits of efficient design and operations and they are searching for professionals who can help them reach their goals. Fe3 certification is a way to demonstrate skills-based knowledge to clients and employers. Fe3 certified professionals can use the Fe3 designation and logo in their signature block and on marketing materials. Restaurants with Fe3 certified staff can exhibit the Fe3 logo onsite to show customers their dedication to sustainability and energy efficiency.


Past Events

Spring Workshop
Food Waste Prevention in Healthcare 
May 3rd, 2019 
Leanpath Inc- 8305 SW Creekside Place Suite A, Beaverton OR 97008
Free to all members and their guests


Date: Friday, November 9th 2018
Time: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Location: Kaiser Town Hall - Portland, OR
Workshop Fees: Included in AHF Membership Fee