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The future of food tourism: foodies, experiences, exclusivity, visions and political capital

The future of food tourism: foodies, experiences, exclusivity, visions and political capital

Fields, Kevin, editor; Albrecht, Julia, editor; Meethan, Kevin, editor; Yeoman, Ian, editor; McMahon-Beattie, Una, editor

This work examines the past, present and future of food tourism, focusing on how history shapes the present and, based on this, what the future could be. It explores the changes the future will bring, focusing on the food supply chain, policy responses and the nature of food service experiences

Paperback, Book. English.
Published Bristol: Channel View Publications, 2015
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Ian Yeoman, Una McMahon-Beattie, Kevin Fields, Julia Albrecht and Kevin Meethan
ISBN: 184541537X, 9781845415372
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 312 pages.
Series: Aspects of tourism
Subject: Food and Drink.; Food tourism.; Food tourism Forecasting.
Series Title: Aspects of tourism.


  1. Foreword - Erik Wolf: To Boldly Go.
  2. Part 1: The Past, Present and Future
  3. 1. Ian Yeoman, Una McMahon-Beattie, Kevin Fields, Julia N. Albrecht and Kevin Meethan: An Introduction to the Future
  4. 2. Stephen Boyd: The 'Past' and 'Present' of Food Tourism
  5. 3. Ian Yeoman and Una McMahon-Beattie: The Future of Food Tourism: Star Trek Replicator and Exclusivity
  6. Part 2: Food Tourism
  7. 4. Christine Hansen: The Future Fault Lines of Food
  8. 5. Harvey Ells: The Impact of Future Food Supply on Food and Drink Tourism
  9. 6. John Mulcahy: Future Consumption: Gastronomy and Public Policy
  10. 7. Tobias Danielmeier and Julia N. Albrecht: Architecture as Driver of Future Winery Experiences
  11. 8. Karen Hurley: Envisioning AgriTourism 2115 - Organic Food, Convivial Meals, Hands in the Soil, and No Flying Cars
  12. 9. Kevin Meethan: Making the Difference: The Experience Economy and the Future of Regional Food Tourism
  13. 10. Kevin Fields: Intellectual Property Rights and Food
  14. Part 3: Food Tourism and the Future Tourist
  15. 11. David Scott and Tara Duncan: Back to the Future: The Affective Power of Food in Reconstructing a Tourist Imaginary
  16. 12. Ian Yeoman and Una McMahon-Beattie The Changing Demographics of Male Foodies: Why Men Cook But Don't Wash Up!
  17. 13. Jennifer Laing and Warwick Frost: The New Food Explorer: Beyond the Experience Economy
  18. 14. Brian Hay: The Future of Dining Alone: 700 Friends and I Dine Alone!
  19. 15. Gianna Moscardo, Christina Minihan and Joseph O'Leary: Dimension of the Food Tourism Experience: Building Future Scenarios
  20. Part 4: Research Directions
  21. 16. Eunice Eunjung Yoo: Food in Scholarship: Thoughts on Trajectories for Future Research
  22. 17. Ian Yeoman, Una McMahon-Beattie and Carol Wheatley: The Future of Food Tourism: A Cognitive Map(s) Perspective
  23. Endnote - Sarah Meikle: The Future of Food Tourism