Morocco won the prize of the best promotional poster at the 16th Bocuse d'Or in Lyon.
The competition brought together 24 chefs selected after 62 national selections and 4 continental selections.
The prize awarded the creativity of finalists, who were challenged to produce the best promotional poster, and a public vote determined the most beautiful one.
The competition was first created in 1987 to explore culinary talents around the world. This year is the first time African countries have participated. Six African teams, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Gabon, Morocco, Senegal, and Tunisia, took part in the continental selections last June in Marrakech.
The 2019 event pays tribute to two great chefs who promoted the competition, creator Paul Bocuse and Joel Robuchon, the first honorary president. Both chefs died in 2018.