Culinary Tourism Alliance

550 Bayview Avenue, Suite 402

M4W 3XE

Toronto, ON

Canada

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Copyright Grow Food Tourism 2019

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Grow Food Tourism is a niche consultancy operated as a social enterprise by the Culinary Tourism Alliance. We work with communities to grow food tourism by leveraging the history, heritage, and culture behind the food and drink that makes each destination unique.

DESTINATION DEVELOPMENT 

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

RESEARCH

MONITORING AND EVALUATIONS

WHAT our clients SAY

"I had the pleasure of working with Trevor, Caroline and Nalisha of the Grow Food Tourism Team when they were commissioned to support us in the development of a Food Tourism Strategy for Scotland. From the outset, Trevor and his team were professional and efficient in their delivery, providing a clear structure and timeline and swiftly adapting the process following feedback from the steering group. The project timescale was tight, however they always took the lead from us, taking on board our comments and quickly getting to grips with the food tourism landscape in Scotland, whilst all the time keeping the project moving. (...) They were a pleasure to work with and I’d be happy to recommend them."

Caroline Warburton, Regional Leadership Director (East), VisitScotland

WHAT our clients SAY

"As experts in their field, we knew that the Culinary Tourism Alliance would help us create a food strategy that would tell our food story to visitors through new visitor experiences. Trevor, Caroline, and Nalisha approached our strategy with positivity and enthusiasm for the project. I was impressed by how organized and efficient this team is, not to mention the excellent facilitation they provided during our committee meetings. I appreciated the amount of research they completed to fully understand our region’s history and vast geography. Through their hard work and diligence, they presented us with a strategy that will guide our organization and regional stakeholders in creating new tourism product."

Heather Bot, Executive Director, Algoma Kinniwabi Travel Association