“This was a very difficult decision for everyone involved; there is a whole team of people who invested their energy, know-how, and care into making this event happen. However, we will not stop here! We continue to be motivated and optimistic; and are fortunate to have the good will of food, coffee, and beverage professionals who are happy to share their ideas, knowledge, and passion with everyone. The idea is to utilize social media and other web services in order to bring Weekend Food Festival to your homes. So make sure to follow our IG account and website, where we will be publishing videos and other content related to making food, coffee, and drinks” stated Boris Kovacek, head producer of WFF.
Therefore we will continue to build and support the WFF community. Most of all, we hope that the content we will be putting out will bring some joy and excitement to everyone and will help them overcome these difficult times. “It is important for us to keep in touch with the people who support us, who are just as excited about the WFF as we are. We have not given up on the original idea, which is why we are working on putting out content that will be marketable and interesting. In this way we hope to reach everyone who lives and loves food”, concluded organizer Tomo Ricov.