Food for Thought: Sounds Like a Plan!

By Julia Gilmore

Food for Thought: Ontario Craft Brewers Tap Into Success

By Julia Gilmore

Ontario Craft Beer Week may have come to a close for 2013…but for Ontario’s craft beer revolution, there’s no end in sight. A�In thisA�installmentA�of Tasty Tidbits, we’re putting our pints together to celebrate an industry that’s not just booming, it’s hopping!

Food for Thought Rides Again!

By Julia Gilmore

“I have always said that the joy of food should go way beyond the plate…and it does.” – Nigel Slater, Tender Vol. II

In the first installment of Tasty Tidbits for the year, we’re hitting the hay to explore the growth of agri-tourism around the world and right here at home. A�It is our belief at OCTA that agricultural products are at the root of all culinary tourism and essential ingredients to providing culinary tourists with an authentic taste of place.

Tasty Tidbits: UN Values Culinary Tourism

By Cheryl Grishkewich

The United Nations World Tourism Organization has issued a Global Report on Food Tourism. A�It explores the links between tourism and food and highlights the importance of the industry to the tourism sector and economies globally.

Tasty Tidbits: Culinary Tourism & The Media

By Cheryl Grishkewich

In an interview with USA Today, Travel and Leisure Magazine Features Director, Nilou Motamed, opened with ?our readers are food obsessed!?.A� She went on to say that their readers are planning their trips around their meals.

Tasty Tidbits: Ontario VQA Wines Feel the Love

By Cheryl Grishkewich

Ontario Wine Council research proves Ontario�s and the world�s growing love for VQA wines.

Tasty Tidbits: Urban Development vs. Agricultural Land

By Joshua Arredondo

The world�s population is rapidly increasing by the billions, oil prices are rising, and political and economic turmoil are recurrent topics on headlines around the world.A� How do all these factors affect the food we eat?

Tasty Tid-Bits: Recipe for Economic Development Success

By Cheryl Grishkewich

Culinary Tourists: Recipe for Economic Development Success

There is only one activity in which virtually all tourists will participate. EATING.

Whether your strengths are adventure, culture, horticulture, heritage or sport, adding a culinary element to your product development will enhance the experience and have an impressive economic impact.

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