Food and Drink Tourism
This mouth-watering text explores more elements of the food tourism phenomenon than any book before it. It coalesces aspects of scientific research with the management and business implications of food and drink tourism. Sally Everett’s astute erudition of food-based tourism manifests comprehensively, robustly and delectably in this indispensable work of
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This mouth-watering text explores more elements of the food tourism phenomenon than any book before it. It coalesces aspects of scientific research with the management and business implications of food and drink tourism. Sally Everett’s astute erudition of food-based tourism manifests comprehensively, robustly and delectably in this indispensable work of essential reading for all students and scholars of tourism and hospitality. (Dallen J. Timothy 2015-12-09)The food tourism industry is barely 15 years old and there is still a lot for our industry to learn. This book is a welcome addition in the growing compendium of food tourism literature. Sally Everett brings us a valuable new resource aimed at anyone who is interested in the role of food and drink in the tourism industry, and supports students exploring a career in this important and growing sector. (Erik Wolf 2015-12-08)This book is a must read for anyone serious about understanding the increasing role that food and drink plays in tourism today. Sally Everett has produced a comprehensive text that covers not only the academic discourse on the subject from both a descriptive and experiential perspective, but complements this with the practical application of situating food and drink tourism within a myriad of destinations and visitor spaces. This is essential reading on any module that examines food and drink tourism as emergent niches within contemporary tourism. (Professor Stephen Boyd, 2015-12-11)This book provides a state-of-the-art overview of relevant interrelationships, and is warmly recommended to anyone working in this emerging field. (Professor Stefan Gössling 2015-12-13)
About the Author
Sally is Professor of Business Education and Vice Dean (Education) at King’s Business School, King’s College London. Sally was previously a Deputy Dean at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and led their work on inclusive learning and teaching. She is a National Teaching Fellow and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Before her time at ARU, Sally was the Head of Department for tourism and marketing at the University of Bedfordshire, and previously worked for a large heritage visitor attraction in Bristol. Sally’s research interests include cultural tourism and inclusive education. Publications include ‘Food Tourism: Principles and Practices’ with Sage Publications and numerous articles on tourism, community resistance and inclusive teaching.