Vita Datau

Initiator of Indonesia Gastronomy Network

Vita Datau is the Founder and Chair of the Indonesia Gastronomy Network and Chair of the Acceleration Team for the Development of Culinary and Shopping Tourism at Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism from 2014 to 2019. In 2020, she became Chief Communication Officer of Spice Route Kemendikbud RI. She is also the former President of the Academy of Gastronomy of Indonesia. She has been involved in the gastronomy industry in Indonesia throughout her career, especially with cultural diversity, sustainability, and community development.

Supported by Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi

Vita Datau adalah Pendiri dan Ketua Indonesia Gastronomy Network serta Ketua Tim Percepatan Pengembangan Wisata Kuliner dan Belanja Kementerian Pariwisata RI dari tahun 2014 – 2019. Pada 2020, ia menjadi Chief Communication Officer Jalur Rempah Kemendikbud RI. Ia juga mantan Presiden Akademi Gastronomi Indonesia dan telah terlibat dalam industri gastronomi di Indonesia sepanjang karirnya, terutama dengan keragaman budaya, keberlanjutan, dan pengembangan masyarakat.

Didukung oleh Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi

Appearing In

Opening Photo Exhibition: Forgotten Food

Join us in the “Forgotten Food” photo exhibition, with a number of selected photos from the archipelago food story photo competition in the 2021 National Culture Week. This photo competition …

Unlocking Indonesia’s IG Opportunities

Chef Bara, GI Ambassador, leads a discussion about the breakthrough branding of Geographical Indication (GI) and then cooks up a feast using GI labeled ingredients, such as Bali Amed Salt …

The Business of Food Tourism

Indonesia is currently promoting the growth of food tourism particularly in regions like Labuan Bajo, Borobudur, and Lombok. In Bali, a community initiative for food tourism and heritage conservation to …

A Toast to Oma with Petty Elliot

Petty Elliott presents A Toast to Oma, her food hero, in a heartfelt celebration of Manadonese food with a modern version of perkedel jagung, corn fritters, dabu-dabu, seafood spaghetti, rica-rica …