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Need a freelance writer with food industry expertise?


Whether you’re a marketing professional or a trade publication editor in the food biz …

 
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You’re dealing with the same challenge: How to stand out in the competitive food industry.


You need written materials that:

  • fortify your marketing plan

  • peel back layers on lead generation

  • spice up customer and consumer connections

  • carve out your authority and expertise

  • dish up engaging and informative content

Fleshed-out copy and meaty content that prospects can really sink their teeth into. Written materials that transform said prospects into loyal followers — and ultimately bonafide customers and consumers.


These are no small tasks to dish up.

I get what you’re up against.


As a personal-chef-turned-freelance-food-writer (and former Jill-of-All-Trades for my family’s restaurant), I’ve got the goods to write the materials your in-house staff doesn’t have the time to cook up.


Got a full plate?



 

Why work with me?

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~ I get your industry ~


I can craft a skillful sourdough as well as a snappy sentence.
Take one part food wizard; fold in two parts word nerd; and poof — you’ve got a freelance food writer who’s perfectly prepared to write zingy copy with authoritative snap, crackle, and pop.


~ I really, really like results ~


A slight confession: It pains me to stay at a slow simmer. I believe in turning up the heat (once I’ve gauged what’s needed) and making things happen.

What does this mean for you?

I’ll work hard as part of your virtual team to make your job easier by listening well and turning in quality work on time.
In a nutshell, I’ll get things done.


Let me help you with:


🔩 Articles

🔩  People and industry profiles

🔩 Case studies (aka client success stories)

 🔩 Web content

🔩 … and more.


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Have a writing project that's not on the list?

I’m happy to discuss it with you.