Why You Should Want to Work with a Food Allergy Blogger:
“Global market for food developed for those with food allergies and intolerances is expected to grow more than $26.5bn over the next five years,” (FARE).
…And, if you still don’t believe me that your mainstream brand won’t work for an allergy audience, check out this MediaPost article titled: “Tapping The Passion of Food Allergy Moms: Seizing a Brand Opportunity”
Megan’s recipes are free of: gluten, wheat, dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts and shell fish. Most of her receips are free of the top eight allergens, and are often vegan as well. She caters to this growing demographic (food allergies are up by 50% since the 90’s). Let Megan help you reach a new audience that is in need of new foods and recipes they can trust. Food allergic consumers can be a loyal demographic as their lives depend on it.
A graduate from Brigham Young University, with a bachelors in communications with an emphasis in broadcast journalism, Megan understands writing and deadlines. Megan also understands this niche market first hand as a mother of two boys with multiple food allergies.
Having worked at a global corporation, and helping with large scale PR and social media campaigns, Megan is a creative thinker that will help meet your brand and marketing goals.
When she’s not cooking, or wrangling her four kids, Megan has donated her free time to a local non-profit group that brings awareness and support to local food allergy sufferers. She handled their PR, marketing, social media and email campaigns.
Megan also appears on local Salt Lake City stations to do a cooking segment and educate others on how to eat allergy-friendly meals.
Megan is happy to review products, travel, do cooking demonstrations, speak, restaurant critique, participate in giveaways and recipe develop. All reviews require compensation. Flexible and easy to work with, email her to figure out how she can work with you to accomplish your goals: firstname.lastname@example.org.