Who Are Food Travelers?

Research from our 2016 Food Travel Monitor proves that 93% of travelers can now be considered food travelers.
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By “food travelers”, we mean travelers who had participated in a food or beverage experience other than dining out, at some time in the past 12 months.

They may have visited a cooking school, participated in a food tour, or gone shopping in a local grocery or gourmet store. These are the types of activities that food travelers engage in.

We also go on tours at food or beverage factories, participate in wine/beer/spirits tastings, and of course, eat out in unique or memorable foodservice establishments. We’ll visit a chocolatier, bakery or gelateria to sample what makes the area famous.

 

Most importantly, food travelers are explorers. We love to get off the beaten path and find the new (or new for us), unique or undiscovered experiences […….]

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