Are you as passionate about the restaurant industry as we are? Are you looking to provide impeccable customer service to our member’s clientele? If so, then we can find the right fit for you!
CRA matches a wide variety of employment opportunities in different areas: food & beverage service, hostessing/reservations, marketing, culinary/kitchen, and others. Does something pique your interest?
Please send in your open application for us to match you with one of our members.
Andruw Jones, Jurickson Profar, Jonathan Schoop and Didi Gregorius WILLEMSTAD- May 25, 2023 – Recently the Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) launched a new promotional video with the collaboration of […]
Andruw Jones, Jurickson Profar, Jonathan Schoop i Didi Gregorius WILLEMSTAD- 25 di mei 2023 – Resientemente Ofisina di Turismo di Kòrsou (CTB) a lansa un video promoshonal nobo den kolaborashon ku […]
WILLEMSTAD – May 16, 2023 – The Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) is reporting 48,450 stayover visitors for the month of April, representing a 13% increase compared to April 2022, when 42,715 tourists […]
…..te na e momentunan aki den aña 2023 WILLEMSTAD- 16 di mei 2023 – Ofisina di Turismo di Kòrsou (CTB) ta raportá ku Kòrsou a risibí un total di 48.450 turista di estadia durante luna di […]
Do you have a business in the hospitality industry? Then you cannot escape rules regarding food safety. You have probably already come across the term 'HACCP'. But what exactly is HACCP and what does it mean for you as a catering entrepreneur?
HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points).
There are 2 ways to comply with the HACCP rules: you can use an approved Hygiene Code of the sector in which you work or you can draw up a HACCP plan yourself.
The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) monitors compliance with the rules.
The Hygiene Code is sometimes confused with the Declaration of Knowledge and Understanding Social Hygiene.
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The association of restaurants on Curacao provides information exchange between restaurants, provides advice and courses and develops activities for the benefit of the restaurant sector on Curacao. Full-time service can be provided and the restaurants are represented to media and government as one sector.
Goals of the association:
Talks with government, government agencies and other industry associations.
The CRA has close contact with the following government services and ministries, including:
Offering courses, events and marketing activities.
Becoming a member of the CRA requires a ‘restaurant A’ and or ‘B license’. Contribution is Naf 100, – (incl. OB) per month. Payable in advance (Naf 1100, – per year, one month discount) or monthly with a standing bank order.