As its title implies, EatingWell looks at cooking and food from a healthful perspective, usually backed by sound science and research in the field. But those studies shouldn’t be used to turn in a story that reads like a nutritional book report. EatingWell is looking for writers to make stories out of findings, rather than merely report on the research.
Since many of EatingWell’s ideas are generated in house and assigned out, those looking to break in should start in the front of the book.
The best place to break in is the “Fresh” department in the front of the book, which focuses on trends in health, sustainability, foods and farming, with stories about people who are revolutionizing how we enjoy food. Articles here range from 150 to 350 words.
For more, including editors’ contact info, read: How To Pitch: EatingWell
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