Individually, you are required to create and present a one-page gastronomic route poster and write a
400-word summary depicting food tourist’s journey in a destination of your choice.
The purpose of this assessment is to further students’ skills in evaluating and analysing contemporary
issues in Hospitality and Tourism. This will enable students to apply learned hospitality and tourism
theories and concepts to a business case within a safe learning environment. More importantly, this is a
fantastic opportunity for students to develop essential soft skills that are such a necessity in today’s
Hospitality and Tourism Industry.
Individually, conduct preliminary research of Food Tourism in the chosen destination to determine the
availability of information. If you find that the number of credible sources about your chosen destination
and its food tourism offering is limited, please consult your workshop facilitator to discuss an alternative.
Please note that the date range of the literature must not exceed five years. It is also important to
note that if you find an existing gastronomic route in the chosen destination, it can be only used as a
point of reference.
Based on your research, you are required to create a one-page poster that provides a visual
representation of a gastronomic route that would appeal to different types of food tourist. In designing
your poster, you must consider the overall gastronomic tourism experience by providing detailed
coverage of the following points:
• The gastronomy identity of the route with different points/stops (from start to finish) that include
various food types appealing to different food tourist types;
• The gastronomic innovation that food tourist will experience at this destination.
Once to have created the poster, you will need to write a 400 – word summary that covers all the
significant points that you will present in the pitch. You are then to present your poster during week 9 to
an audience consisting of your workshop facilitator and classmates.
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In creating your poster and pitch, you will need to use at least 10 sources of information that are
referenced in accordance with Kaplan Harvard Referencing Guide. These may include corporate
websites, government publications, industry reports, census data, journal articles, and newspaper
Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Essay
Pages / words-3 / 825
Number of sources-10
Academic level-Sophomore (College 2nd year)