News | Food, It Brings Us Together

"Food, it brings us together." And although we cannot be together right now, we all know the importance and value of sharing a meal. The World Food Travel Association stands firm with our culinary tourism industry and our stakeholders worldwide, including culinary destinations, culinary tour operators, wineries, breweries, restaurants, cafes, lodging, retail shops, and tourist guides,…


News | FoodTreX Navarra Review

We sat down with Irene Levine, one of the delegates who attended FoodTreX Navarra last month, to ask her what she thought about it. Here's what she said. What did you know about food and drink in the Navarra province before coming to the FoodTreX event? Had you visited the province previously? This was my first…


News | Meet Our Culinary Certified Tourist Guides

Meet Our Culinary Certified Tourist Guides We are pleased to introduce a few of the recent culinary tourist guides who have been certified by the World Food Travel Association. The individuals below graduated successfully from our pilot culinary tourist guide certification program, which we are currently testing in Europe in partnership with the European Federation of…


News | Registration Open for 6th Annual FoodTreX Online Food Travel Summit

Today the World Food Travel Association (WFTA) has officially opened the registration of their sixth annual FoodTreX Online Food Travel Summit. The summit brings culinary travel trade professionals cutting edge information, tools, and solutions from our industry's leading experts. This year, the summit will take place on April 22 & 23. FoodTreX Online is 100% online…


News | Meet Amanda Niode, Our Indonesian Ambassador

We are delighted to introduce Amanda Niode as our Association's newest certified ambassador. She serve as the co-founder and chairperson of Omar Niode Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Indonesia, which works to raise the critical mass of quality human resources and to foster awareness on local cultures and culinary arts. As a food-loving traveler, she champions…


Opinion | Wine – Drinking Greek History

Wine - Drinking Greek History by Maria Athanasopoulou In ancient Greece, wine was considered as a very important product. Its position within the daily diet of the Greeks was significant. Apart from its good taste and the pleasure it brought to the palate of the people, it was important that the wine was considered the medium…

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