The World Food Travel Association (WFTA) is delighted to announce that today it named Grenada and its sister islands Carriacou, and Petite Martinique, as the
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The mission of this practice area is to preserve and promote culinary cultures vis-a-vis tourism and hospitality. We observe and analyze the relationships among gastronomy, culture, and tourism, and advance thought leadership in this area.
This is perhaps our most important practice area, because culinary culture legitimizes the very reason for food & beverage lovers to travel. It is also our Association’s main mission.
"Food for Thought"
Without culinary culture, there is no reason to travel for food and drink. This concept includes the intersection of our heritage, traditions, and customs with the food we grow, prepare, consume, and share.
Our Articles featuring Culinary Culture
Our previous article on bioregional foods reflected the importance of local foods as a tool to support sustainable development goals using food or beverage festivals.