First Digital Food Festival to guide visitors through app technology

Organised by Speakto, the first Digital Food Festival in Crouch End, north London, will use an app to show people what is on offer.

Crouch End high street (vic15: Creative Commons licence)
Crouch End high street (vic15: Creative Commons licence)

The CrouchEnd Project App is an interactive map that guides visitors around each of the gastronomic delights available in the area before and during the event.

The month-long foodie festival, which runs from the beginning of October, was created by marketing agency Speakto, which focuses on working with communities to rejuvenate the high street.

Clare Richmond, director of Speakto, said: "We’re proud of the gastronomic delights that Crouch End offers and we’re confident that customers will fall in love with our favourite haunts."

Among some of the stores participating in the festival are South American Biltong Beef from Morleys Butcher, Pan Asian cuisine from Tootoomoo, and artisan ice cream made at Riley.

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