Intimate events, activities and workshops to unite employees and improve company culture

“A party without cake is just a meeting.”

– Julia Child 

What would any company/organisation be without its employees?

Let Food Feels facilitate connection amongst your employees while improving company culture, making the company itself more attractive to be part of.

*Pre-activity is an addition to your company experience to make it more dynamic and last an hour longer. Hear about your options and our external partners when you send us a request.

WHAT IS a FOOD FEELS workshop?

FOOD FEELS workshops are more intimate workshops and activities for groups of less than 20 people. Food is always the centerpiece with elements of play, sensory activation, collaboration and conversation

The purpose is to create a more intimate atmosphere and space that invites for genuine social connections and quality time.

WHAT HAPPENS during a FOOD FEELS workshop?

Each workshop can be designed according to your company culture and brand values. Depending on your individual objectives and desired outcome, each workshop takes between 2-4 hours and consists of 1) an introductory element 2) a bodily element where we work closely together and our senses are primed 3) a cooking element where we apply the previous insights in an intuitive and collaborative matter.


Julia's Food Feels differentiates by designing company experiences that stand out. We offer expertise in fostering human connection through the means of food at unique locations.

The approach is sensory, intuitive and human-centred, which sparks creativity, out-of-box thinking and courageFOOD FEELS will feel informal and customised. The format of FOOD FEELS workshops is suitable where you wish a certain depth and quality in the interactions.

“The events that Julia arranged, executed and hosted at our workspace with food as tool were surprising and efficient in both improving company culture and collaboration skills amongst employees. Julia’s way of working with food is quite astonishing”

- Casper Henningsen, CEO UserTribe

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