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Title: Community-based tourism and food : towards a relationship framework
Authors: Mnguni, Mzobanzi Erasmus 
Giampiccoli, Andrea 
Keywords: Tourism;Community-based tourism;Food;Community development
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: AJHTL
Source: Mnguni, M. E. and Giampiccoli, A. 2016. Community-based tourism and food : towards a relationship framework. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure. 5(1): 1-12.
Journal: Police practice & research 
Abstract: 
Tourism is currently a growing sector of the economy and its possible relevance in community development is acknowledged. Within tourism CBT has been advanced to counteract negative effects of mass tourism and as a strategy to facilitate disadvantaged community development. Food tourism is also on a growing trend. Literature related to food and catering in CBT is present however, a general framework of relationships between CBT development and food seems absent. Based on the relevance of these tourism forms this article, which is based on extant literature, aims to propose a relationship framework between CBT and food. The article advances that it is important to understand the various aspects of the relationship between CBT and food to enhance the chance of growing (scaling-up) CBT entities through the combined community-based food tourism (CBFT). Thus various issues relevant to this framework are mentioned such as matters related to food as a tourist attraction, to food production and selling, to food standards in CBT. Whilst not pretending to be fully comprehensive, the article advances the need to comprehend food in CBT from various angles.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10321/2266
ISSN: 2223-814x
Appears in Collections:Research Publications (Management Sciences)

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