Hospitality and Tourism in the Slow Food Movement: An Analysis of Commensality in Everyday Life in Brazil
Slow food is an international movement, and the study analyzes its relationship with hospitality and tourism in southern Brazil. Thirteen convivia were surveyed from the following categories: proximity and contiguous area of hospitality, permanence, freedom, and sovereignty of the place, identities, and solidarity action. As a result, relations with places, commensality, and hospitality are more evident; on the other hand, the empowerment of members, the defense of products at risk of extinction, entrepreneurship, and the link with tourism are in the early stage of development.
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