EatingWell‘s editorial mission is to “deliver the information and inspiration people need to make healthy eating a way of life.” This popular pub features plenty of healthy recipes, science news and food writing that’s bound to get you hungry.
Nutrition pieces are always in demand, as are travel stories (as long as they have a clear health tie-in). New writers who manage to break into the book often establish fruitful relationships with the editors there:
The best place to break in is the front-of-book “FRESH” department, which focuses on trends in health, sustainability, foods and farming, with stories about people who are revolutionizing how we enjoy food. The editors would like to see more pitches for investigative pieces on nutrition, as well as stronger, science-based queries on food and sustainability. Rather than merely outline the latest study, writers should be able to make the data relevant through storytelling.
For editors contact info and more on what they’re looking for, read: How To Pitch: EatingWell.
– Aneya Fernando
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