Writing Portfolio

The following is a selection of my freelance writing work, primarily in the areas of food, foodservice, social media, marketing and editing.

Does Restaurant Catering Have a Future?

Could catering helps restaurants bolster their bottom line? The question may seem counterintuitive since catering, like other areas of foodservice, has been hard-hit by the pandemic. But restaurateurs who have weathered pandemic restrictions and public hesitancy about dining out may be considering whether or not to add a catering operation. 

Read more in Chef Connexion

Unlocking the Keys to Successful Visual Marketing on Social Media

Photos and video reign supreme in social media today, so you may be excited to jump into this form of marketing. And, how hard could it be to post mouth-watering pictures or an appetizing video of your signature dishes?

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Is There Enough Diversity and Inclusion for BIPOC in Canada’s Foodservice Industry?

The meaningful participation of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) goes beyond numbers. It’s also measured by more nuanced matters of inclusion, such as their representation at higher levels in the workplace and the quality of their work experience.

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10 Tips to Create a Buzz Around National Food Days

Does your restaurant celebrate National Meatball Day (March 9)? Or National Margarita Day (February 22)? Add let’s not forget Eat All Your Veggies Day on June 17. There’s been a proliferation of national food days (not to mention weeks and months) in recent years, with one for just about anything (National Eat What You Want Day, anyone?).

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Partnering with Influencers to Amplify Your Restaurant’s Brand

Social media influencers seem to be everywhere these days. They create content on platforms like Instagram and Facebook to sway their followers to engage with the businesses they promote. But does influencer marketing work for restaurants?

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Has COVID-19 Killed Sustainable Packaging?

What happens when the sustainable food packaging movement collides with a global pandemic? New evidence shows that use of single-use plastic food packaging increases, while at the same time concern about the environmental impact of plastics remains high.

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Pandemic Lessons. Don’t Wait for the Next One to Prepare for the Unknowable.

How do foodservice operators plan for the unknowable? While not recommended, surviving a previously unimaginable experience – like the first wave of a pandemic – is one way.

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