Food Writers and Editors
Food writers write about food and drink. They may report on events related to food or cooking, interview chefs or other food/cooking personalities, review recipes or restaurants, or simply write about a specific food or product. Food writers and editors work for magazines, trade journals, newspapers, books, radio and television broadcasts, and online.
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What you need to get started
Food writers and editors work for newspapers, books, magazines, trade journals, radio and television broadcasts, and online publications. They may also work as freelancers.
Food publication agencies employ some food critics and food production industries, and Restaurants.
Freelance food critics can also earn a good salary in this field by product promotion, advertisement, sales.
New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles
Bachelor of Hotel Management/ Hotel Management and Catering Technology / Bachelor of Catering Technology & Culinary Arts / BA in Culinary Arts/ Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication
Appreciation for foreign cuisines
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