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Foodservice chef coats are a staple in any professional kitchen. If you're eating in a nice restaurant, you will naturally expect to see the food service workers in the kitchen wearing this pristine white uniform. Though the expectation is now ingrained and the tradition simply accepted, the chef's coat is a garment that has been designed with both appearance and functionality in mind. The formula for this kitchen uniform has worked so well that the traditional jacket has been in use for decades, crossing cultural barriers and country borders. When you add this coat to your kitchen, you're adding a time-tested piece of history.
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HLU550W-SM
Chef Coat Poly Cotton White Small Break Master - Each
Our Price: $18.78 / EACH   
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Chef Coat Poly Cotton White Small Break Master HLU550W-SM by Hi-Lite Uniform
HLU550W-XL
Chef Coat Poly Cotton White XLarge Break Master - Each
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Chef Coat Poly Cotton White XLarge Break Master  HLU550W-XL by Hi-Lite Uniform
14-0239
White Chef Coat 44-46 - Large
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White Chef Coat 44-46 - Large by Challenger
14-0270
White Chef Coat 40-42 - Medium
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White Chef Coat 40-42 - Medium by Challenger
14-0241
White Chef Coat 48-50 - X-Large
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White Chef Coat 48-50 - X-Large by Challenger
14-0240
White Chef Coat 36-38 - Small
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White Chef Coat 36-38 - Small by Challenger
14-0520
Chef Coat Long Black - 11 in.
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Chef Coat Long Black - 11 in. by HiLite
14-0456
Chef Coat White - 2X-Large
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Chef Coat White - 2X-Large by HiLite
14-0480
Chef Shirt White - 2X-Large
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Chef Shirt White - 2X-Large by HiLite
   
 
The design of today's foodservice chef coats is strikingly similar to that of the original. The look of the traditional chef's uniform is credited to Chef Marie-Antoine Careme. Careme established the white double breasted jacked and checked pants as the standard choice for professional chefs in the mid-19th century. The uniform was developed as a way of setting chefs apart and signifying their professionalism and importance in France. The look migrated to London with Chef George August Escoffier and has since traveled the world as the gold standard of professional kitchen attire. Chefs everywhere from TV programs to the kitchens of chain restaurants don this look.