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Our writers aim to create accurate and original content that is engaging to our readers. We try our best to make sure all content is free of ethical concerns or conflicts of interest.
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Corrections & Errors
If you stumble upon an article on YummyTasteFood that doesn’t smell right or we have spotted something incorrectly, we will go back and make corrections to be accurate, alongside our citation of source and prevent any possibility of misinformation.
This can be difficult as a small publisher, but we take this very seriously.
In the event of an article being updated, the time of edit is updated below the title. If you stumble across a guide or article that you think needs to be improved or updated, please contact us.
Heya, I’m Norah! The foodie editor here at YummyTasteFood! I love absolutely everything to do with food, baking, and eating! I earned my stripes in the hospitality industry as a pastry chef, sous chef, and barista. I’m now a freelance writing nomad. I do not miss the hospitality industry! Read more about me…
Fact checked and verified by Sarah Glinski, RD. Sarah is a Registered Dietitian and freelance writer based in Canada. She has experience in a wide variety of practice areas, including weight management, renal, oncology, diabetes, and gastrointestinal disorders. In her spare time, you can find her reading a fantasy novel or hanging out with her husband and two cats.
Fact checked and verified by David Ryckman, BA. David is a regular guide editor at YummyTasteFood. He graduated from Boston University with a degree in Commerce and London University with a degree in Business. He specializes in articles based on economics and food research.
Become An Editor
Are you an authority in food? Experienced or have letters after your name? We would love to have you on board. It consists of fact-checking articles and guides to make sure they are correct and up to date, as well as factually correct for our readers.
To become an editor is best suited if you are an authority in a particular niche with relevant degrees or proof of experience. Here are some examples, but not limited to:
- A dietitian with a relevant degree.
- Food economics professor.
- Food and hygiene safety degree.
- Hospitality degree or certificate.
Immediate requirements to become an article editor at YummyTasteFood:
- Successful applications will receive a bio for a brief description of who they are, their degrees, and what they enjoy in their daily life.
- They will also receive a backlink as a source and proof of their authority to their own personal website.
- We expect them to have a Linkedin profile and an image for their author page.