Global Food Tourism - August 2014
“By whetting viewers’ appetites for foreign cuisine and exotic locations, cooking shows have certainly done their bit to shine the spotlight on food tourism. So too have food blogs and the many websites dedicated to all things culinary.”
This report looks at the following areas:
- Why are spas considered to be part of the food tourism industry?
- How have multicultural populations fuelled an interest in foreign food?
- What are the most effective ways of marketing food tourism?
- Why are older foodies dominating the food tourism market?
- Why have Singapore’s restaurants gone upmarket?
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