A National Bailliage usually denotes a country, a Provincial Bailliage a region within that country and a Local Bailliage a city or town within the National or Provincial Bailliage.
Bailliages are run under the control of a national president, known within the Chaîne as the “Bailli Délégué” who is supported and assisted by a national management team (council) in the preparation and the organisation of “Chapitres”, one, two or three day social and educational gala events which celebrate and culminate in the induction of new members.
Members generally wear ribbons at such events, which denote their level of membership, whether professional or non-professional. These designations and insignia are standard in all Bailliages worldwide.
Visit the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs international website to learn more about the Association.