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Martinique Named Top Caribbean Destination for Delectable Dining by Caribbean Travel + Life Magazine

Martinique Named Top Caribbean Destination for Delectable Dining by Caribbean Travel + Life Magazine: "Martinique’s status as the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean” was confirmed recently in a Caribbean Travel + Life Magazine survey asking readers to name their favorite Caribbean destination for delectable dining. Martinique garnered 43.3% of the 807 votes cast over the one-month survey period, besting the likes of St. Martin (28.87%), Puerto Rico (14.13%) and Barbados (13.63%).

Muriel Wiltord, director Americas for the Martinique Promotion Bureau/CMT USA, commented on the survey results, stating: “Caribbean Travel + Life readers are certainly among the most knowledgeable when it comes to the best that our region has to offer, so it’s especially gratifying to be recognized by them in this way.”"

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