Food waste can occur at various stages starting at production and ending at consumption. This ensures that various industries are involved in waste at some point, and identifying persistent problems can have an effect on the entire food cycle. Regardless of where your organization rests along this cycle, it’s important that you’re able to convey scientifically-backed information to your clients in a way they can understand.
This makes hiring a writer knowledgeable in the area of food waste essential. We have a responsibility to the people of the world, and this means improving food security. Unfortunately, your best ideas may be overlooked or even coopted if you don’t present guidance and knowledge that’s easy to both find and understand. This could result in increased waste, lost revenue, and even the potential for other organizations to profit from your ideas.
You can avoid these issues and increase global food security by having an informed and professional writer on your side. Sign up for Scripted’s 30 Day Free Trial today to find the perfect food waste writer for your business!
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Professional author, poet, journalist and copywriter. Previously sub-editor and music reporter at http://www.wyrdwaysrs.com/ . Interviewer, reviewer and journalist for http://paganpages.org/content/ . Author of A Modern Celt: Seeking the Ancestors and Pagan Portals: Celtic Witchcraft, both via Moon Books, where I also have a blog on their official website; see http://moon-books.net/blogs/moonbooks/author/mabhs/ for more. As such, I am great at writing copy around spiritual and lifestyle related subjects, and also particularly enjoy travel, beauty and educational copy. I have written copy for local councils, high profile travel companies such as Voyage Prive, hypnotherapists, acoustic therapists, hair extension retailers and so much more. I have written dozens of exciting product descriptions for a variety of industries. I enjoy a chall...
Susan Barbour is a widely published author whose writing has appeared in The Paris Review, Oxford Poetry, Five Dials, The Oxford Review of English Studies, and The Los Angeles Review of Books, among many other journals. She received a B.A. in English from Dartmouth College, an M.F.A. in Writing from Johns Hopkins, and a PhD in English from Oxford University where she was a Clarendon Scholar and the Somerville College Graduate Scholar in the Humanities. She has been the recipient of many fellowships including awards from The Bogliasco Foundation, The Dora Maar House/Brown Foundation, The Jentel Artist Residency, The Siena Art Institute, The Huntington Library, and The Beinecke Library at Yale.
Alexis is a high school English teacher with 19 years experience, has several "Teacher of the Year" awards at both the local and state level, and is currently department chair in her district. She is also an avid traveler, and runs an international travel group within her district. If you choose her for your project, it will be completed with accuracy, enthusiasm, and a keen eye for deadlines. Send Alexis a message to see how she can utilize her success and skills for your business!
Krista graduated from the University of Guelph where she studied psychology and neuroscience. Still active in her research, she now focuses on all aspects of health — both mental and physical. Based on her strong research skills, she is confident in a wide range of topics. Her specialties are health, nutrition, neuroscience, and business. She also owns a small business, which is most certainly her creative outlet!
Fred is a trained chef and former restaurateur, living and working in Atlantic Canada. In earlier careers he worked in financial planning and technology retailing, and retains a strong interest in those areas. He has contributed well over 7,000 articles to online venues including Zack's, Opposing Views, Disney Family, Samsung.com, Livestrong and eHow, and the websites of The Nest, the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, Walgreen's and Kroger.
The best way to find the perfect food waste content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our food waste writers: