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By John Stanley, Linda Stanley

The quickest development in tourism is the culinary region. overlaying farmers markets, style excursions, agri-entertainment, glamping, eating places, farm outlets and extra, meals tourism has develop into either an enormous a part of holidaying and a function in itself. With development taking place in so much built international locations and travelers looking for culinary tourism through the global, this e-book offers an total course to the improvement of foodstuff tourism and a piece at the way forward for this development.

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The key to any business is to stand back, look at the opportunities, and be a realist. There are huge opportunities in food tourism, but businesses will still fail if they do not do their homework and plan to be successful. Taking time at the start of the venture can save time later on in the project. Successful businesses have a clear understanding of the consumer and what that consumer wants and more importantly what they do not want. The next chapter will focus on the culinary tourist and their changing needs and wants.

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They have to develop a tourism package for the people they tried to escape from, they are often not passionate about what they are doing as a source of income and many of these businesses subsequently fail. 3. There are indigenous groups in countries such as in Africa, Australasia, the Americas and Europe who want to maintain their traditional culture and some may be sceptical of modern-day tourists and their desires. Yet indigenous groups have a lot to offer tourists, especially when it comes to local food knowledge.

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