Trends to keep an eye on include demand for organic and packaged food as well as tech advancements in food production.
WTTC’s research reveals that travel and tourism’s contribution to the global economy could see a rise of 31.7 percent in 2022.
Most destinations saw a moderate arrivals rebound compared to 2020. Nevertheless, 2021 continues to be a challenging year for global tourism.
Providers of in-flight catering services are adopting key strategies, such as partnerships and acquisitions to expand their reach.
WTTC said this is due to fears over the additional costs incurred on expensive hotel quarantine for 10 days on arrival back in the UK.
According to the IATA, the Middle East suffered the largest loss in passenger traffic, with a drop of 71.5 percent in RPKs versus 2019.
WTTC’s research revealed that in the best-case scenario, travel and tourism’s contribution to global GDP will fall to USD 7.4 trillion.