People want to experience food and drink at source more than ever before, creating opportunities for you to:
Fully-funded practical support is now available for food and drink manufacturing businesses in north east Scotland to develop food tourism experiences.
You can register for all or individual elements of the programme to suit your needs.
Exceeding Visitor Expectations Training (dates in March)
A one-day course focusing on customer experience, for up to 12 employees at your premises and tailored to your business.
Sustainable Food Tourism Workshops (17 and 23 February and 1 and 8 March)
Four workshops on how to develop and deliver a food tourism experience with sustainability at its heart. Follow-on grant support may be available to fund your next sustainability steps.
Food Tourism Learning Journey to Fife (March)
Join like-minded businesses to experience food tourism attractions in Fife, discover new ideas and be inspired over two days, including transport, accommodation and meals.
Apply here. You must be a food or drink manufacturing business and based in north east Scotland to apply for the food tourism programme.
The project is led and delivered by Opportunity North East and supported by the North East Economic Recovery and Skills Fund and Aberdeenshire Council.
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