Hello! We are Food’n Road
A travel company who believes in Food Tourism
Why food tourism?
Food’n Road was created from a restlessness feeling: the priorities of modern life have weakened the ties between people and their bond with food. The future of this behaviour is a disconnected and fragile society.
Food has a key role in building a prosperous and happy future, being a means of connecting people, places, and time. For that, we need to rethink our relationship with food, to become aware of our food choices, and the impacts of each demand we create.
We understand that every reflection starts with reliable information and is intensified with good and memorable experiences. In this context, we believe that Food Tourism is an excellent tool to initiate this change.
It all started in 2017 when we set out on a long gastronomic journey around the world. The interest in local cuisine became a mean of connection, and the food a common language.
The more we travelled to explore food and culture, the more we understood how transformative food tourism is. In addition to being a strong ally for the economic and social development of the locality, food tourism activities bring to the traveller unique experiences, interactions, and learning opportunities about other cultures, peoples, and territories.
In 2020 we founded Food’n Road. A company that believes in food tourism and places itself at the centre of the table to connect travellers, food enthusiasts, chefs, local producers and much more.
We find the perfect experience for the perfect trip. If your motto is gastronomy, then you are in the right place.
Adriano and Karina – Co-Founders Food’n Road
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Bachelor of Engineering, specialized in Chemistry, has always worked with market development. Karina believes and advocates that food comes from the earth. She’s one of those who want to learn how to do everything handmade.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and MBA from Old Dominion University, USA. Adriano loves homemade food and traditional family dishes, those made without hurry and preferably in four hands (or more!).