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RESPONSIBLE TOURISM

Introduction Of Factsheet 5: Responsible Tourism For The Food And Beverage Services Sector In Vietnam

 
The food and beverage services sector is considered as a critical component of tourism. In order to provide some orientation towards responsible tourism practices for this sector, the ESRT Programme introduce the Factsheet 5: Responsible Tourism for the food and beverage services sector in Vietnam.

The food and beverage services (F&B) sector comprises such businesses as restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs and street food stalls. In tourism, the F&B sector is an integral part of the product mix of destinations and frequently a critical component of government socio - economic development strategies.

In Vietnam, cuisine plays a central role in the highly social culture of the people, making the F&B services sector all the more significant. In terms of value, the F&B services sector in Vietnam was estimated to be worth more than US$ 26 million in 2010, with growth expectations of almost 40% by 2015 (to US$ 37 million).

The continued successful and sustainable growth of the F&B services sector in Vietnam is however, not without a range of challenges. As a result, this Factsheet was developed in order to provide some orientation towards responsible tourism practices by addressing the following issues:

• Adopting a Responsible Tourism approach to food & beverage services

• Manage resources more efficiently

• Source food responsibly

• Look after customers and the community

Download: http://esrt.vn/data/filedownload/file/FileDownload28.pdf



Created Date: 5/5/2014
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