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Business and Management.
There is no one‘right’way to collaborate to develop food tourism but the aim of this manual is to provide you with advice on good practice illustrated by case studies from home and abroad. The advice provided is based on research with three committees based in Ireland who were directly or peripherally involved in developing food tourism, as well as decades of research on collaboration, networks, tourism and food tourism. Throughout the manual are exercises which will help apply this advice to your region and circumstances, key facts which provide evidenced based research information and insights from members of the three committees. You are also pointed towards various websites which provide further information on various aspects of food tourism.
Stafford, M., O'Leary, D. Developing Food Tourism Networks: A Practical Manual. Dublin Institute of Technology, 2013.