The BVI Tourist Board is continuing with its efforts to restore local tourism with the annual BVI Food Fete event.
This year’s Food Fete will last for a month and the Tourist Board is kicking things off with a grand launch.
The launch is being held at Callwood’s Distillery in Cane Garden Bay on June 29.
Food Fete 2018 will be taking place at multiple locations across the territory including Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Cooper Island, the Tourist Board has said.
The Board further said the launch will feature some of the territory’s “most popular cooks”.
Meanwhile, the culinary event is promising to include what is being described as ‘authentic Virgin Islands food’, historic BVI rum flavours, and culture.
This year’s BVI Food Fete is being organised nearly a year after one major flood and two category-five hurricanes smashed into the territory and massively interrupted local tourism, livelihoods, and the BVI economy on a whole.
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