IFWTWA is the organization of choice for food, wine, and travel writers

The International Food Wine and Travel Writers Association creates programs and services to enhance professional development and facilitate networking while creating a marketplace for destinations, brands, and media professionals to collaborate. We strive to meet the dynamic needs of our writers’ community making a lasting impact on the careers of our members.

Photo of the Month: Bluefield Grapes After a Summer Shower by Jo Clark

IFWTWA is the organization of choice for food, wine, and travel writers

The International Food Wine and Travel Writers Association creates programs and services to enhance professional development and facilitate networking while creating a marketplace for destinations, brands, and media professionals to collaborate. We strive to meet the dynamic needs of our writers’ community making a lasting impact on the careers of our members.

2022 IFWTWA Conference on the St. Petersburg Beaches

Discover St. Petersburg, Florida!

IFWTWA 2022 Conference and Marketplace

September 18-21 • St. Petersburg. FL

Join us for workshops, a culinary panel, the marketplace, FAM trips and so much more!

Members Spotlight of the Month

Todd Montgomery

Visit Kitsap Peninsula

Robyn Nowell

Excellence in Journalism

Congrats, Carrie Hutchinson!

Carrie took first place for her excellent article, Highs and Lows, from Get Lost Magazine.

IFWTWA Celebrates all of its’ 2021 Award Winners!

Excellence in Journalism Winner Carrie Hutchinson
Photo of the Month: Bluefield Grapes After a Summer Shower by Jo Clark
Photo of the Month: Bluefield Grapes After a Summer Shower by Jo Clark

Upcoming Webinar

Genuine Skagit Valley Blooms with Farmstead Produce

June 22, 2022, 11AM Pacific

The Skagit Valley is recognized on a global scale for its bulb and cut flower industry. Every spring the region welcomes over 1 million visitors to experience acres of brightly colored daffodils, tulips and local festivals. What’s not widely known, over 90 commercial food crops thrive in this fertile valley, ranging from dairy to berries to heirloom grain. What’s most intriguing are the stories of the people behind the scenes, the farmers and farmworkers, as well as the craft beverage makers, chefs, artisans, and innkeepers.