International Students in Australia and Demand for Cultural Foods
Syed Faheem Hasan Bukhari
University of Southern Queensland, Australia
The aim of this review paper is to evaluate the literature available on international students and their demand for cultural and traditional foods. It also aims to show that such studies are required in the case of Australia as well. Australia attracts thousands of students from around the world to its universities every year. Even though it is a well-established fact that international students in foreign countries prefer traditional and cultural foods, there have been very few studies conducted on the topic, especially Australia-specific studies. This review has covered studies which are mostly conducted on international students in the U.S. and U.K; only some of the studies reviewed have been carried out in Australia.