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Food Tourism Sector Market

Explore FMI’s extensive analysis of the Food Tourism Sector, complete with extensive segmental and geographical overview.

Food Tourism Sector Market by Activity Type, Booking Channel, Tourist Type, Tour Type, Consumer Orientation, Age Group & Region - Forecast 2022 - 2032

Food Tourism Sector Outlook (2022-2032)

[307 Pages Report] As per newly released data by Future Market Insights (FMI), the Food Tourism Sector is estimated at US$ 865.71 Billion in 2022 and is projected to reach US$ 4,009.77 Billion.

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Food Tourism Sector Estimated Size (2022)

US$ 865.71 Bn

Food Tourism Sector Projected Size (2032)

US$ 4,009.77 Bn

Food Tourism Sector Value-based CAGR (2022-2032)

16.6%

By 2032, at a CAGR of 16.6% from 2022 to 2032.

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2017-2021 Food Tourism Market Outlook Compared to 2022-2032 Forecast

The Food Tourism sector is expected to rise significantly during the forecast period. Food tourism offers a new vertical to the tourism industry, allowing it to grow significantly as well. The main objective of the food tourism sector has been to promote the regional specialties of different tourist spots and garner a greater number of tourists to these spots. Currently, the market for food tourism attracts 5382.3 Mn tourists every year, this number is expected to grow significantly during the forecast years. The governments of different nations are trying to promote tourism in their country by advertising and promoting their regional cuisine, this is expected to help grow the market substantially. The forecast outlook for the food tourism sector thus looks positive.

An Increase in Home Cooked Food and Meal Sharing Would Boost the Food Tourism Sector.

The primary motive of choosing destinations for tourism has not been the food, but it does remain the secondary and one of the most important factors while planning a travel. There has been an increasing trend among tourists to taste the local cuisine. This has made options like home-cooked food and meal sharing very popular. The tourists are excited to share meals with the local families, and the tour operators have also started offering these options in their tour packages. This is expected to help boost the market further.

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Cooking Classes Are Rising in Popularity Among the Tourists

While food tourism has primarily been about exploring different tastes and developing a sensory experience at different destinations, recently it has also become a way for tourists to immerse themselves into the local culture and learn more about the place they are visiting. The most popular way of this has been local cooking classes; these classes offer tourists special cooking lessons, the person conducting the classes is most often a local person who has deep knowledge about the local cuisine and can impart it to the tourists. These classes have immensely helped in boosting the market for food tourism further.

Country-wise Insight

How is the dynamic cuisine and hospitality of locals driving the sector in India?

“Artistic presentation and variety of spices make Indian cuisine widely popular. “

India's industry for food tourism is anticipated to expand the fastest due to the country's abundance of traditional groceries. Additionally, curry, spices, and diverse Indian foods are always viewed as works of art. Foreign tourists are drawn to Indian cuisine by this art. In addition, the desire to learn more about Indian lifestyle, culture, and customs is another major factor driving the development of the food tourism sector of the country. Over the forecast period, this is anticipated to drive the market for food tourism.

How are government initiatives boosting the food tourism sector in France?

Efforts to preserve the essence of French cuisine are being made by the government.

The government of France has started taking initiatives to improve the image of their tourism sector which has gained an image of arrogance. French cuisine has been popular worldwide due to the concept of ‘Fait Maison’ which translates to ‘Homemade’. The essence of French pastries, artisanal cheese, and other food items depends on the freshness and the experience of eating them as soon as they are cooked. This essence is getting lost in today’s fast-paced food industry where frozen packaged food items are getting more popular day by day. The French government has introduced measures to preserve this important feature of their food tourism industry, urging the business and restaurants involved in the sector to preserve the quality of their food offerings.

This move is expected to keep the France food tourism sector lively and inflowing with consumers from around the world. The France food tourism industry is expected to grow at a steady rate, and contribute a healthy amount of revenue to the global food tourism sector.

What is driving the food tourism market in Japan?

“Presence of high-quality restaurants and popularity of traditional Japanese cuisine is boosting the market in Japan”

The food tourism market in Japan has grown rapidly due to the exquisite delicacies that originate in the country. Japan’s cuisine is famously known as Washoku, which helps in attracting consumers from around the globe, and is based upon traditional rice-based food items and miso soup. Tokyo, a city in Japan boasts of being the city with the highest number of Michelin stars restaurants in the world.

This along with the rising popularity of Japanese pop culture across the globe has risen the interest of people to try and explore traditional Japanese cuisine, boosting the growth of the food tourism market in the country. Furthermore, the hospitality of the Japanese citizens and the wide variety of alcoholic beverages offered in Japan drive the market ahead.

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Category-wise Insights

Which is the most preferred activity in the food tourism sector?

“Restaurants and food festivals remain the top preferred activities in the food tourism market”

Restaurants remain one of the prominent categories based on the activity type in the food tourism sector. The majority of food tourism occurs as people travel to try out new restaurants and different cuisines. This is due to food tourism prominently occurring on a domestic scale, where people like to explore cuisine near to them and have a relaxing experience.

Food festivals are also one of the most prominent categories, where food festivals like the Pizzafest held in Naples, Italy and the Oktoberfest held in Germany attract millions of tourists to their attractions. This category boosts the international food tourism sector substantially.

What type of booking channel is the most prominent channel in the food tourism sector?

“Online booking channel leads the booking channels segment in the food tourism sector”

The emergence of digitalization has affected the food tourism industry positively. The presence of different apps for bookings of restaurants, food festivals, cooking classes, etc. has made it easier for consumers to book their tours, while also providing them with a wide range of options. This has made online booking channels the leading booking channel in the food tourism sector.

Which Tour type is more popular?

Package traveler is the most popular tour type in the food tourism sector”

The presence of reputed and experienced tour operators in the sector has improved the ease of traveling. The firms offer lucrative packages, ranging in prices, destinations, cuisine type, etc., and offer comprehensive end-to-end services to the consumer. This has helped the packaged traveler category become the most prominent tour type in the food tourism sector.

Competitive Landscape

The key players are trying to increase their brand presence by strategizing and trying to market the regional cuisines. The key to expanding in the market will be to offer customized and all-inclusive packages to the consumers.

Instance:

  • India Food Tour a firm offering food tours in India, has customized options for tourists and allows them to choose from several different offerings.
  • WijnSpijsis a food tourism start-up in the Netherlands. The company organizes gastronomic experiences for guests all across the country with the help of two separate mobile applications: one for customers, and the other one for restaurants.

Scope of Report

Attribute

Details

Forecast Period

2022-2032

Historical Data Available for

2017-2021

Market Analysis

US$ XX Million for Value

Key Regions Covered

North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia, Oceania & MEA.

Key Countries Covered

United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Russia, Benelux, South Africa, Northern Africa, GCC Countries, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia & New Zealand.

Key Segments Covered

Activity Type, Booking Channel, Tourist Type, Tour Type, Consumer Orientation, Age Group, and Region

Key Companies Profiled

  • Abercrombie & Kent USA, LLC
  • Classic Journeys, LLC
  • G Adventures
  • Greaves Travel Ltd
  • India Food Tour
  • ITC Travel Group Limited
  • The FTC4Lobe Group
  • Topdeck Travel [Flight, Centre (Uk) Limited)]
  • The Travel Corporation
  • Gourmeton Tour Culinary Adventures
  • International Culinary Tours
  • Butterfield & Robinson Inc.

Report Coverage

Market Forecast, Company Share Analysis, Competition Intelligence, DROT Analysis, Market Dynamics and Challenges, and Strategic Growth Initiatives

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The Food Tourism Sector by Category

By Activity Type:

  • Cooking Classes
  • Restaurants
  • Food Festivals
  • Street Food Tours
  • Tasting Sessions
  • Others

By Booking Channel:

  • Phone Booking
  • Online Booking
  • In Person Booking

By Tourist Type:

  • Domestic
  • International

By Tour Type:

  • Independent Traveler
  • Package Traveler
  • Tour Group

By Consumer Orientation:

  • Men
  • Women

By Age Group:

  • 15-25 Years
  • 26-35 Years
  • 36-45 Years
  • 46-55 Years
  • 66-75 Years

Frequently Asked Questions

The Food Tourism market is currently valued at US$ 865.71 Bn in 2022.

Trends like cultural integration and eagerness to explore different food cuisines are driving the food tourism sector.

Leading players operating in the food tourism sector are Abercrombie & Kent USA LLC, Classic Journeys LLC, G Adventures, Greaves Travel Ltd, India Food Tour, and ITC Travel Group Limited.

Table of Content

1. Executive Summary

    1.1. Global Market Outlook

        1.1.1. Who Is Travelling?

        1.1.2. How Much Do They Spend?

        1.1.3. Direct Contribution of Tourism To GDP

        1.1.4. Direct Contribution of Tourism To Employment

    1.2. Tourism Evolution Analysis

    1.3. FMI Analysis and Recommendations

2. Market Introduction

    2.1. Total Spending (US$ Mn) and Forecast (2022-2032)

    2.2. Number of Food based Tourists (Mn) and Forecast (2022-2032)

    2.3. Total Spending Y-o-Y Growth Projections (2022-2032)

    2.4. Number of Food based Tourists Y-o-Y Growth Projections

3. Global Tourism Industry Analysis

    3.1. Tourism Industry Overview

        3.1.1. Travel & Tourism Industry Contribution To Global GDP

            3.1.1.1. Business Spending v/s Leisure Spending

            3.1.1.2. Domestic v/s Foreign

            3.1.1.3. Direct, Indirect, and Induced

        3.1.2. Travel Sector Contribution To Global Overall Employment

        3.1.3. Travel & Tourism Growth Rate

        3.1.4. Foreign Visitor Exports As Percentage of Total Exports

        3.1.5. Capital Investment In Travel & Tourism Industry

        3.1.6. Different Components of Travel & Tourism

        3.1.7. Global Tourism Industry Outlook

            3.1.7.1. Cultural Tourism

            3.1.7.2. Culinary Tourism

            3.1.7.3. Eco/Sustainable Tourism

            3.1.7.4. Sports Tourism

            3.1.7.5. Spiritual Tourism

            3.1.7.6. Wellness Tourism

            3.1.7.7. Others

4. Global Food Tourism Sector Market Dynamics

    4.1. Market Drivers & Opportunities

        4.1.1. An Increase in Home Cooked Food and Meal Sharing Would Boost the Food Tourism Sector

        4.1.2. Cooking Classes Are Rising in Popularity Among the Tourists

        4.1.3. Others (during course study)

5. Market Background

    5.1. Top 10 Food Tourism Sector Companies

    5.2. Macro-Economic Factors

        5.2.1. Global GDP Growth Outlook

        5.2.2. Global Industry Value Added

        5.2.3. Global Consumer Spending Outlook

        5.2.4. Global Direct contribution of Travel & Tourism to GDP

        5.2.5. Global Visitor Exports and International Tourist Arrivals

        5.2.6. Capital Investment In Travel & Tourism

        5.2.7. Top Tourism Spending Countries

    5.3. Forecast Factors - Relevance & Impact

6. Categorizing of Global Food Tourism Sector 2021

    6.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    6.2. Current Market Analysis by Activity Type (% of Demand)

        6.2.1. Cooking Classes

        6.2.2. Restaurants

        6.2.3. Food Festivals

        6.2.4. Street Food Tours

        6.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        6.2.6. Others

    6.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        6.3.1. Phone Booking

        6.3.2. Online Booking

        6.3.3. In Person Booking

    6.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        6.4.1. Domestic

        6.4.2. International

    6.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        6.5.1. Independent Traveller

        6.5.2. Tour Group

        6.5.3. Package Traveller

    6.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        6.6.1. Men

        6.6.2. Women

    6.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        6.7.1. 15-25 Years

        6.7.2. 26-35 Years

        6.7.3. 36-45 Years

        6.7.4. 46-55 Years

        6.7.5. 66-75 Years

    6.8. Current Market Analysis By Region (% of Demand)

        6.8.1. North America

        6.8.2. Latin America

        6.8.3. Europe

        6.8.4. East Asia

        6.8.5. South Asia

        6.8.6. Oceania

        6.8.7. MEA

    6.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

7. Categorizing of North America Food Tourism Sector 2021

    7.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    7.2. Current Market Analysis by Activity Type (% of Demand)

        7.2.1. Cooking Classes

        7.2.2. Restaurants

        7.2.3. Food Festivals

        7.2.4. Street Food Tours

        7.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        7.2.6. Others

    7.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        7.3.1. Phone Booking

        7.3.2. Online Booking

        7.3.3. In Person Booking

    7.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        7.4.1. Domestic

        7.4.2. International

    7.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        7.5.1. Independent Traveler

        7.5.2. Tour Group

        7.5.3. Package Traveler

    7.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        7.6.1. Men

        7.6.2. Women

    7.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        7.7.1. 15-25 Years

        7.7.2. 26-35 Years

        7.7.3. 36-45 Years

        7.7.4. 46-55 Years

        7.7.5. 66-75 Years

    7.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        7.8.1. US

        7.8.2. Canada

    7.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

8. Categorizing of Latin America Food Tourism Sector 2021

    8.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    8.2. Current Market Analysis by Activity Type (% of Demand)

        8.2.1. Cooking Classes

        8.2.2. Restaurants

        8.2.3. Food Festivals

        8.2.4. Street Food Tours

        8.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        8.2.6. Others

    8.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        8.3.1. Phone Booking

        8.3.2. Online Booking

        8.3.3. In Person Booking

    8.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        8.4.1. Domestic

        8.4.2. International

    8.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        8.5.1. Independent Traveler

        8.5.2. Tour Group

        8.5.3. Package Traveler

    8.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        8.6.1. Men

        8.6.2. Women

    8.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        8.7.1. 15-25 Years

        8.7.2. 26-35 Years

        8.7.3. 36-45 Years

        8.7.4. 46-55 Years

        8.7.5. 66-75 Years

    8.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        8.8.1. Brazil

        8.8.2. Mexico

        8.8.3. Argentina

        8.8.4. Colombia

        8.8.5. Rest of LA

    8.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

9. Categorizing of Europe Food Tourism Sector 2021

    9.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    9.2. Current Market Analysis By Activity Type (% of Demand)

        9.2.1. Cooking Classes

        9.2.2. Restaurants

        9.2.3. Food Festivals

        9.2.4. Street Food Tours

        9.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        9.2.6. Others

    9.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        9.3.1. Phone Booking

        9.3.2. Online Booking

        9.3.3. In Person Booking

    9.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        9.4.1. Domestic

        9.4.2. International

    9.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        9.5.1. Independent Traveler

        9.5.2. Tour Group

        9.5.3. Package Traveler

    9.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        9.6.1. Men

        9.6.2. Women

    9.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        9.7.1. 15-25 Years

        9.7.2. 26-35 Years

        9.7.3. 36-45 Years

        9.7.4. 46-55 Years

        9.7.5. 66-75 Years

    9.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        9.8.1. Germany

        9.8.2. Russia

        9.8.3. France

        9.8.4. Italy

        9.8.5. UK

        9.8.6. Rest of Europe

    9.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

10. Categorizing of East Asia Food Tourism Sector 2021

    10.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    10.2. Current Market Analysis by Activity Type (% of Demand)

        10.2.1. Cooking Classes

        10.2.2. Restaurants

        10.2.3. Food Festivals

        10.2.4. Street Food Tours

        10.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        10.2.6. Others

    10.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        10.3.1. Phone Booking

        10.3.2. Online Booking

        10.3.3. In Person Booking

    10.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        10.4.1. Domestic

        10.4.2. International

    10.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        10.5.1. Independent Traveler

        10.5.2. Tour Group

        10.5.3. Package Traveler

    10.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        10.6.1. Men

        10.6.2. Women

    10.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        10.7.1. 15-25 Years

        10.7.2. 26-35 Years

        10.7.3. 36-45 Years

        10.7.4. 46-55 Years

        10.7.5. 66-75 Years

    10.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        10.8.1. China

        10.8.2. Japan

        10.8.3. South Korea

    10.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

11. Categorizing of South Asia Food Tourism Sector 2021

    11.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    11.2. Current Market Analysis by Activity Type (% of Demand)

        11.2.1. Cooking Classes

        11.2.2. Restaurants

        11.2.3. Food Festivals

        11.2.4. Street Food Tours

        11.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        11.2.6. Others

    11.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        11.3.1. Phone Booking

        11.3.2. Online Booking

        11.3.3. In Person Booking

    11.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        11.4.1. Domestic

        11.4.2. International

    11.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        11.5.1. Independent Traveler

        11.5.2. Tour Group

        11.5.3. Package Traveler

    11.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        11.6.1. Men

        11.6.2. Women

    11.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        11.7.1. 15-25 Years

        11.7.2. 26-35 Years

        11.7.3. 36-45 Years

        11.7.4. 46-55 Years

        11.7.5. 66-75 Years

    11.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        11.8.1. India

        11.8.2. Malaysia

        11.8.3. Indonesia

        11.8.4. Thailand

        11.8.5. Philippines

        11.8.6. Cambodia

        11.8.7. Vietnam

        11.8.8. Rest of SA

    11.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

12. Categorizing of Oceania Food Tourism Sector 2021

    12.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    12.2. Current Market Analysis by Activity Type (% of Demand)

        12.2.1. Cooking Classes

        12.2.2. Restaurants

        12.2.3. Food Festivals

        12.2.4. Street Food Tours

        12.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        12.2.6. Others

    12.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        12.3.1. Phone Booking

        12.3.2. Online Booking

        12.3.3. In Person Booking

    12.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        12.4.1. Domestic

        12.4.2. International

    12.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        12.5.1. Independent Traveler

        12.5.2. Tour Group

        12.5.3. Package Traveler

    12.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        12.6.1. Men

        12.6.2. Women

    12.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        12.7.1. 15-25 Years

        12.7.2. 26-35 Years

        12.7.3. 36-45 Years

        12.7.4. 46-55 Years

        12.7.5. 66-75 Years

    12.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        12.8.1. Australia

        12.8.2. New Zealand

    12.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

13. Categorizing of Middle East and Africa Food Tourism Sector 2021

    13.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    13.2. Current Market Analysis by Activity Type (% of Demand)

        13.2.1. Cooking Classes

        13.2.2. Restaurants

        13.2.3. Food Festivals

        13.2.4. Street Food Tours

        13.2.5. Tasting Sessions

        13.2.6. Others

    13.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        13.3.1. Phone Booking

        13.3.2. Online Booking

        13.3.3. In Person Booking

    13.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        13.4.1. Domestic

        13.4.2. International

    13.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        13.5.1. Independent Traveler

        13.5.2. Tour Group

        13.5.3. Package Traveler

    13.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        13.6.1. Men

        13.6.2. Women

    13.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        13.7.1. 15-25 Years

        13.7.2. 26-35 Years

        13.7.3. 36-45 Years

        13.7.4. 46-55 Years

        13.7.5. 66-75 Years

    13.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        13.8.1. Turkey

        13.8.2. South Africa

        13.8.3. UAE

        13.8.4. Egypt

        13.8.5. Jordan

        13.8.6. Rest of MEA

    13.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

14. Competition Analysis

    14.1. Competition Dashboard

    14.2. Competition Benchmarking

    14.3. Competition Deep Dive

        14.3.1. Abercrombie & Kent USA, LLC

            14.3.1.1. Overview

            14.3.1.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.1.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.2. Classic Journeys, LLC

            14.3.2.1. Overview

            14.3.2.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.2.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.3. G Adventures

            14.3.3.1. Overview

            14.3.3.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.3.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.4. Greaves Travel Ltd

            14.3.4.1. Overview

            14.3.4.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.4.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.5. India Food Tour

            14.3.5.1. Overview

            14.3.5.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.5.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.6. ITC Travel Group Limited

            14.3.6.1. Overview

            14.3.6.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.6.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.7. The FTC4Lobe Group

            14.3.7.1. Overview

            14.3.7.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.7.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.8. Topdeck Travel [Flight, Centre (Uk) Limited)]

            14.3.8.1. Overview

            14.3.8.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.8.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.9. The Travel Corporation

            14.3.9.1. Overview

            14.3.9.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.9.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.10. Gourmeton Tour Culinary Adventures

            14.3.10.1. Overview

            14.3.10.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.10.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.11. International Culinary Tours

            14.3.11.1. Overview

            14.3.11.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.11.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.12. Butterfield & Robinson Inc.

            14.3.12.1. Overview

            14.3.12.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.12.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        14.3.13. Other Players (As Per Request)

            14.3.13.1. Overview

            14.3.13.2. Service Portfolio

            14.3.13.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

15. Social Media Sentimental Analysis

    15.1. Social Media Platforms Preferred

        15.1.1. Facebook

        15.1.2. YouTube

        15.1.3. Instagram

        15.1.4. Twitter

        15.1.5. LinkedIn

        15.1.6. Pinterest

        15.1.7. Google+

        15.1.8. Others

    15.2. Perceptions on the Proposed Food Tourism Sector Tour Package

    15.3. Consumer Perception for Destinations On Social Media Platforms-Positive and Negative Mentions

    15.4. Trending #Hashtags

    15.5. Social Media Platform Mentions (% of Total Mentions)

    15.6. Region-Wise Social Media Mentions (% of Total Mentions)

    15.7. Trending Subject Titles

16. Assumptions and Acronyms Used

17. Research Methodology

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