Wales. A Food Destination

Success Stories

Over recent months the ‘Wales. A Food Destination’ team have worked with a range of businesses. The following success stories help highlight how increasing food provenance and skills within the sector can secure a great unique selling point and ultimately increased sales:

Tea Traders

We met the owners of Tea Traders at the Carmarthenshire Tourism Summit when they were researching suppliers prior to opening the tea shop. They were looking for local suppliers of tea related produce and products. We researched and identified a list of suitable...

Bryn Tyrch Inn

Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, with views of Snowdon and Moel Siabod, the Bryn Tyrch Inn is a family run business that has been refurbished over the last ten years taking it to an AA and Visit Wales 4-star inn rating. Also it has been voted A.A....

OnePlanet Adventure

Oneplanet Adventure is one of the UK's leading Forest Visitor Centre, located at Coed Llandegla Forest near Rhuthin. The cafe provides the perfect recipe of hearty local food, great coffee and a welcoming atmosphere. Oneplanet café’s philosophy is based on supporting...

St Fagans

St Fagans National Museum of History is one of Wales’s most popular heritage attraction for many years and they pride themselves in providing good quality food, cooked on site using local, Welsh products whenever possible. We worked with the museum on their sourcing...

Llechwedd Slate Caverns

The Slate Caverns located in Blaenau Ffestiniog is an ideal visitor attraction for the whole family with breath-taking views across Snowdonia. There is a gift shop, a slate workshop, a large café, Victorian coffee shop, the Quarryman’s Arms pub for locally brewed beer...

Moody Cow

Opened in March 2018, The Moody Cow Farm Shop is located near Aberaeron, in the heart of Cardigan Bay, West Wales.  It is a unique farm shop and bistro, where quality food is freshly home cooked, and local producers are celebrated! We worked with the team to identify...