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Travel Channel launches Foodspotting mobile app

The Travel Channel has partnered with location-based mobile service Foodspotting to create a a series of destination guides tied to the 100th episode of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.
August 23, 2010

The Travel Channel has partnered with location-based mobile service Foodspotting to create a a series of destination guides tied to the 100th episode of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. The app will allow fans of the show to pinpoint the locales around the world visited by Bourdain to track down and experience the cuisines on offer, such as hangover soup in South Korea or sea bass in Chile. Users can also discuss content, share recommendations and exchange photos. For more info visit www.foodspotting.com.

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