Food Writers and Editors

Food writers and editors deal with the written word, whether the completed work is the printed page, broadcast, or computer screen. They tend to write about or edit all things related to food and beverages, such as recipes, new food products, meal planning and preparation, grocery shopping, cooking utensils and related products, and establishments that serve food and beverages. The nature of their work is as varied as the materials they produce: magazines, newspapers, books, Web site content, trade journals and other publications, advertisements, and scripts for radio and television broadcast. The one common factor is the subject: food.

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