Manila, Philippines — Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat expressed confidence that imaginative Filipino gastronomy will remain a strong pillar of the country’s tourism industry under the new normal.

Puyat said the Department of Tourism (DOT) is preparing recommendations for the health and safety guidelines for restaurants, cafes, and other dining establishments that will suit the food travel trends that will emerge following the health crisis.

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The DOT Chief made the statements in her opening remarks at the webinar titled “Re-imagining of Food Tourism” in light of COVID-19, sponsored by the World Food Expo (WOFEX) in partnership with DOT.

Puyat described food tourism as an extraordinary experience where travelers have fun eating and drinking, as well as offered with a rich sensory window into the country’s history,…

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