Dining and Food The history of the culinary industry dates back to four thousand BC. All this started in China, but in the old Egyptian boom years, the grand food culture has been very important. However, the food industry is only in the ancient Greek first real hotel and hotel construction time, has always been free, this commonly used hospitality service.
The development of ancient Greece continues in the Roman Empire. At first, the Roman soldiers' accommodation was found along the military routes and trade routes, eventually opening to all travelers. In Europe's medieval, the first signs of reappearance of the food and beverage industry were seen in the monastery, mainly covering the needs of many Christian pilgrims to Rome. The caravan series also has the same purpose in the East and starts around 600 AD. During the Charlemagne period, the catering industry developed and spread to the whole of Europe because transport and trade needed safe accommodation.
The restaurant industry was greatly influenced by the late medieval churches. In addition, the newly established bourgeoisie, prosperous trade, the natural economy was replaced by money, and the concentration of transport also brought new opportunities for the popularization of the catering industry.
The food industry spread widely in Germany in the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries, drawing the attention of legislators. The first batch of "beer inspection" permits were paid by the Augsburg voters in 1530. In the same year, the "Reform Gap Polizey" law promulgated the same time replacing many local regulations. After the promulgation of the law, different dorms and hotel regulations were issued, which resulted in the provisions of the "Zehrordnung" provisions on the quality of the beverage, the size of the brewery and the quality and purity of the beer, even in the number and type of dishes. With the passage of time, guild dormitories and families developed. In the Hans era, the coastal town first heard the word "Seefahrts- undSchifferhäuser". As another area of expertise, post-hotels and tiger restaurants have emerged, and until now they are still known as "Gasthof zur Post" or "Ratskeller" businesses. Transport, technological innovation, population growth, tourism wave food trade suddenly rose rapidly changing, making it an important factor in the national economy.