Food mag Clean Eating welcomes PR pitches, as long as publicists do not email and call with too many follow-ups. “Focus on product pitches, cookbook pitches — clean, please — and personality pitches,” said editor-in-chief Alicia Rewega. The mag features two chefs in each issue for the “Cooking With” and “Chez Chef” sections, plus there are a handful of other sections that PR pros are welcome to pitch to.
“Clean Eating isn’t a fad diet or a quick fix — it’s a lifestyle, one that focuses on giving your body nutritious foods in their most natural state,” said Rewega. “Recipes offer gourmet flavor without demanding that our readers be gourmet chefs. We take recipes that are traditionally less than healthy and clean them up for our readers and offer time-saving tips and tricks, foodie finds and gadget profiles, plus discussions of food-related studies and topics du jour. We believe that taste and health need not be mutually exclusive — Clean Eating delivers both.”
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