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Food & Beverage Tourism Future Bright Says World’s Largest Research Study

RESEARCH MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release Food & Beverage Tourism Future Bright Says World’s Largest Research Study   (PORTLAND, OREGON, JUNE 20, 2016) — Today the World Food Travel Association (WFTA) announced the release of the 2016 Food Travel Monitor Report. Following on its past research, this groundbreaking research is the first publicly available, as well as largest, food and beverage tourism study ever conducted. Some of the report’s major highlights are included below. Qualified members of the media may request an executive summary by emailing help(at)worldfoodtravel(dot)org with your details and the publication you write for. HIGHLIGHTS FOOD & BEVERAGE: NOW A CRITICAL TRAVEL MOTIVATOR...

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Tales from the Road: Poland

The next big thing in food travel is how secondary and tertiary destinations like Poland are poised to skyrocket in popularity. What’s the next big thing in food travel? For the new food traveler, nothing quite scratches the itch better than your first trip to France, Italy or Spain. But after the second, third or fourth trip to these countries, foodies start to yearn for new and different. The occasional business trips to London, Singapore and New York give us some opportunity to try new food and beverage experiences, but typically trips like that are made for business reasons and...

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Food Tourism: The Latest Fad or Here to Stay?

A group of 200 industry food tourism industry leaders met last April at the Basque Culinary Center in San Sebastian, Spain at a conference co-hosted by the United Nation (UN) World Tourism Organization. The purpose of the conference was to define food tourism and debate the value and future of the industry. The result? The consensus is that food and drink tourism is here to stay. Why? Economic impact is certainly important, but perhaps moreso is the preservation and promotion of our food culture. Food tourism is all the rage. The topic is found on the agenda of all...

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