Food And Drink Tourism

Author: Sally Everett
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1473965950
Size: 73.33 MB
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Food And Drink Tourism from the Author: Sally Everett. Dedicated to the growing field of food and drink tourism and culinary engagement, Sally Everett offers a multi-disciplinary approach to the subject, embracing theories and examples from numerous subject disciplines. Through a combination of critical theory reflections, real-life case studies, media excerpts and activities, examples of food and drink tourism around the world as well as a focus on employability, Food and Drink Tourism provides a comprehensive & engaging resource on the growing trend of food motivated travel & leisure. Suitable for any student studying tourism, hospitality, events, sociology, marketing, business or cultural studies.

Tasting Tourism Travelling For Food And Drink

Author: Priscilla Boniface
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351896059
Size: 55.62 MB
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Tasting Tourism Travelling For Food And Drink from the Author: Priscilla Boniface. Along with basic practical reasons, our practices concerning food and drink are driven by context and environment, belief and convention, aspiration and desire to display - in short, by culture. Similarly, culture guides how tourism is used and operates. This book examines food and drink tourism, as it is now and is likely to develop, through a cultural 'lens'. It asks: what is food and drink tourism, and why have food and drink provisions and information points become tourist destinations in their own right, rather than remaining among a number of tourism features and components? While it offers a range of international examples, the main focus is on food and drink tourism in the UK. What with the current diversification of tourism in rural areas, the increased popularity of this type of tourism in the UK, the series of BSE, vCJD and foot and mouth crises in British food production, and the cultural and ethnic fusion in British towns and cities, it makes a particularly rich place in which to explore this subject. The author concludes that the future of food and drink tourism lies in diversity and distinctiveness. In an era of globalisation, there is a particular desire to enjoy varied, rather than mono-cultural ambiance and experience. She also notes that there is an immediacy of gratification in food and drink consumption which has become a general requirement of contemporary society.

Have Fork Will Travel

Author: Erik Wolf
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781490533995
Size: 80.81 MB
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Have Fork Will Travel from the Author: Erik Wolf. Since the formal founding of the food tourism industry in 2003, both business and consumer behavior have changed considerably. Economic crises notwithstanding, our industry has also begun to learn more about itself and mature. The World Food Travel Association, the world's leading authority on food and drink tourism, with a community of 18,000 professionals in 135 countries, brings to market a comprehensive food and drink tourism handbook for food, drink, travel and hospitality professionals. The book is designed to help practitioners cope with the myriad changes in our industry by providing many of the ideas and tools needed to succeed. This book addresses in detail issues relating to food and drink tourism strategy and tactics, product development and promotion, and includes countless examples, how-to lessons, and other helpful information for food, drink, travel and hospitality businesses of all types. The book is a collaborative effort by over 70 industry thought leaders in 24 countries – a truly global effort! While the book is written for the food, drink, travel and hospitality industries, the core foundation of the book is about the business case of food and drink and its interaction with the travel and hospitality industries. While not primarily intended for an academic audience, the book does contain discussion questions is suitable for classroom use.

The Business Of Food

Author: Gary J. Allen
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313337253
Size: 71.12 MB
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The Business Of Food from the Author: Gary J. Allen. This is the first encyclopedia to help the general reader understand the myriad components of what sustains us: the food and drink industries.

Sustainable Culinary Systems

Author: C. Michael Hall
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136289585
Size: 21.31 MB
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Sustainable Culinary Systems from the Author: C. Michael Hall. There is increasing public and academic interest in local and sustainable foods and food tourism. These interests have been reflected in such diverse elements as the growth of farmers markets, green restaurants, food miles, crabon and sustainability labelling, concerns over food supply and security, Slow Food, Fair Trade, and a desire to buy and 'eat locally'. Food related hospitality and tourism is integral to this process because of the way in which it simultaneously acts to globalise and localise food consumption and create new foodways and commodity chains. This book therefore aims to provide an integrated understanding of the contemporary interest in food and food tourism through the use of an international collection of illustrative case study chapters as well as the provision of a novel integrative framework for the book, a sustainable culinary system. This is the first volume to examine the concept of sustainable culinary systems, particularly with specific reference to tourism and hospitality. Divided into two parts, firstly the notion of the local is explored, reflecting the increased interest in the championing of local food production and consumption. Secondly treatment of sustainability in food and food tourism and hospitality in settings that reach beyond the local in a business and socio-economic sense is reviewed. The book therefore, reflects much of the contemporary public interest in the conscious or ethical consumption and production food, as well as revealing the inherent tensions between local and broader goals in both defining and achieving sustainable culinary systems and the environmental, social and economic implications of food production and consumption. This book provides the reader with an integrated approach to understanding the subject of how culinary systems may be made more sustainable and will be valuable reading to all those interested in sustainable food and food tourism.

The Future Of Food Tourism

Author: Ian Yeoman
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 1845415388
Size: 52.83 MB
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The Future Of Food Tourism from the Author: Ian Yeoman. This book presents a systematic and pattern-based explanation of food tourism, focusing on how and why change could occur and what the implications could be. In the future will food tourism involve food grown in the laboratory or a more authentic experience associated with place and history? The book’s approach to the future has focused on explanation; the contributors look for the causes, trends and theoretical concepts that explain change, thus attempting to justify and explore the future. Scenarios are used to explore alternative futures and the book examines the implications for the future of food tourism and highlights future research avenues. This book is primarily aimed at postgraduate students and researchers in the field of tourism studies.

Food Tourism And Regional Development

Author: C. Michael Hall
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317430883
Size: 35.86 MB
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Food Tourism And Regional Development from the Author: C. Michael Hall. Food tourism is a topic of increasing importance for many destinations. Seen as a means to potentially attract tourists and differentiate destinations and attractions by means of the association with particular products and cuisines, food is also regarded as an opportunity to generate added value from tourism through local agricultural systems and supply chains and the local food system. From a regional development perspective this book goes beyond culinary tourism to also look at some of the ways in which the interrelationships between food and tourism contribute to the economic, environmental and social wellbeing of destinations, communities and producers. It examines the way in which tourism and food can mutually add value for each other from the fork to the plate and beyond. Looking at products, e.g. cheese, craft beer, noodles, wine; attractions, restaurants and events; and diverse regional examples, e.g. Champagne, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Margaret River, southern Sweden, and Tuscany; the title highlights how clustering, networking and the cultural economy of food and tourism and foodscapes adds value for regions. Despite the attention given to food, wine and culinary tourism no book has previously directly focused on the contribution of food and tourism in regional development. This international collection has contributors and examples from almost every continent and provides a comprehensive account of the various intersections between food tourism and regional development. This timely and significant volume will inform future food and tourism development as well as regional development more widely and will be valuable reading for a range of disciplines including tourism, development studies, food and culinary studies, regional studies, geography and environmental studies.

Foodies And Food Tourism

Author: Donald Getz
Publisher: Goodfellow Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781910158005
Size: 52.36 MB
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Foodies And Food Tourism from the Author: Donald Getz. Food is an attraction that has matured into a highly sought-after niche market with distinct trip motivation, travel preferences and patterns. Foodies and Food Tourism supplies comprehensive new evidence and theory based overview of the phenomenon of food tourism and how it is being, or should be developed and marketed and understood. Food tourism has huge impacts in the hospitality, destination management and tourism development sectors and across all these sectors the book presents the latest research on market developments: •Understanding the food tourist and their perspective. •Taking a demand- side approach to planning developing and marketing. •Taking a global view based on widespread research data that combines theory and practice. •Using case studies, profiles and direct practitioner insights to illustrate every aspect of the field. The book is designed as key text for students in Hospitality, Tourism and Events and Food and Beverage Management with summaries, questions and key points highlighted throughout the text, and also as a major reference and professional guide for practitioners across the industry. About the authors:Donald Getz, Professor, The University of Queensland, School of Tourism, Richard Robinson', Lecturer, School of Tourism, The University of Queensland, Tommy Andersson, Professor, School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg Sanja Vujicic, Principal of Experience Consulting, Gothenburg, Sweden

Food Tourism

Author: John Stanley
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1780645015
Size: 63.95 MB
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Food Tourism from the Author: John Stanley. The fastest growth in tourism is the culinary sector. Covering farmers markets, taste tours, agri-entertainment, glamping, restaurants, farm shops and more, food tourism has become both an important part of holidaying and a purpose in itself. With growth occurring in most developed countries and tourists searching out culinary tourism throughout the world, this book provides an overall direction to the development of food tourism and a section on the future of this trend.

Heritage Cuisines

Author: Dallen J. Timothy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317618408
Size: 59.99 MB
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Heritage Cuisines from the Author: Dallen J. Timothy. Food is one of the most fundamental elements of culture and a significant marker of regional and ethnic identity. It encompasses many other elements of cultural heritage beyond the physical ingredients required for its production. These include folklore, religion, language, familial bonds, social structures, environmental determinism, celebrations and ceremonies, landscapes, culinary routes, smells, and tastes, to name but a few. However, despite all that is known about foodways and cuisine from hospitality, gastronomical, supply chain and agricultural perspectives, there still remains a dearth of consolidated research on the wide diversity of food and its heritage attributes and contexts. This edited volume aims to fill this void by consolidating into a single volume what is known about cuisines and foodways from a heritage perspective and to examine and challenge the existing paradigms, concepts and practices related to gastronomic practices, intergenerational traditions, sustainable agriculture, indigenous rituals, immigrant stories and many more heritage elements as they pertain to comestible cuisines and practices. The book takes a global and thematic approach in examining heritage cuisines from a wide range of perspectives, including agriculture, hunting and gathering, migration, ethnic identity and place, nationalism, sustainability, colonialism, food diversity, religion, place making, festivals, and contemporary movements and trends. All chapters are rich in empirical examples but steady and sound in conceptual depth. This book offers new insight and understanding of the heritage implications of cuisines and foodways. The multidisciplinary nature of the content will appeal to a broad academic audience in the fields of tourism, gastronomy, geography, cultural studies, anthropology and sociology.