Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and All Food Company, a Bahraini food supplier, imported approximately 4,000 kg worth of fresh produce from Europe using Gulf Air’s flagship Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
Kenya Airways has launched a new catering service to reflect its African heritage and as part of the airline’s strategy to review and enhance service delivery.
NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organisation, revealed details for NYC Restaurant Week summer 2018, now in its 26th year, and opened reservations for booking on the NYCgo website.
Queen’s Rise, a collection of eateries, debuted in a heritage building in the heart of Auckland, New Zealand.
Popular Swan Valley venue, House of Honey, launched improvements made after taking part in a Tourism Western Australia (WA) Taste 2020 workshop designed to help small businesses provide better experiences for tourists.
The role of technology in achieving sustainable development and gastronomy’s role in the tourism value chain were discussed at the fourth World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) World Forum on Gastronomy Tourism.
A record 475 delegates from 52 countries attended the fourth World Travel Organisation (UNWTO) Forum on Gastronomy Tourism.
Virgin Atlantic won World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Tourism for Tomorrow Innovation Award.
The findings of OpenTable’s Will Fly for Food survey has uncovered that 66 percent of Americans would choose a travel destination based solely on its culinary offerings, while 52 percent have already visited a location for its cuisine.
In a bid to boost cruise tourism to the Bahamas, officials from Carnival Cruise Line and the Bahamas government signed an agreement during a special ceremony in Freeport, Grand Bahama for the construction of a new cruise port facility expected to host one million passengers annually.