ICTI Accepting Submissions For 2010 Summit

January 2010
India -- West;1/15/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 8, pB7
The article reports that the International Culinary Tourism Institute is accepting submissions to present research on culinary tourism at a summit in Halifax, Nova Scotia on September 18-23, 2010.


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