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TUCO reveals 2016 study tour destinations

27 April 2016 by
TUCO reveals 2016 study tour destinations

The University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) has revealed nine study tour destinations for 2016 including London, Paris, Copenhagen and Florida, following the success of the first ever study tours last year.

From touring the streets of London to going behind the scenes at Disney World in Florida, the study tours will offer caterers in the public sector an insight into some of the global food trends shaping the industry.

In 2015 TUCO members spent time on the River Cottage Farm and travelled to China as part of the inaugral study tour initiative.

Julie Barker, chair of TUCO, said: "After the popularity of last year's tours, which were a first for TUCO, we're thrilled to announce this year's programme which offers our members even more opportunities to visit some of the best restaurants, producers and caterers in the foodservice industry.

For more information and to sign up for the study tours, visit www.tuco.org/learn/course-listing

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