NS food producers may win big

Culinary tourism the focus of 2010 conference

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Nova Scotia has been chosen to host the inaugural World Culinary Tourism Thought Leadership World Summit and Consumer Marketplace (isn’t that a mouthful) in September 2010. The summit will bring together hundreds of experts in the field of culinary tourism---that is, travelling with your tastebuds and stomach in mind---to discuss the state of the industry and sustaining it into the future. The host committee includes members of the province-wide marketing program Taste of Nova Scotia, the Winery Association of Nova Scotia, ACOA, various provinical departments, the Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Association of Cooks & Chefs as well as the good people at Slow Food Nova Scotia. Congratulations you guys. We’re looking forward to more details about the event and how you plan to shine a light on locally produced delicacies.

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