The Food Cop is owned by Corinne Kantor, a Registered Dietetic Technician and award-winning writer. She has been featured in numerous publications, including U.S. News & World Report and the Orange County Register.
Through her personal/work experiences and education, she has learned that nutrition is a lifestyle and a science, not simply various diets and myths that one can experiment with. It is her goal to educate people of all ages about the importance of nutrition and living a healthy lifestyle, and to assist those who need to and/or want to make this lifestyle change.
Corinne has undergraduate degrees in Dietetics and Journalism. She also has her ServSafe Certification from the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and is a certified U.S. Diabetes Conversation Map Facilitator.
Corinne has served as the dietary supervisor at a long term care/skilled nursing facility and also has experience working in the nutrition department at various acute care hospitals. Her writing awards have been in the field of technical writing from the Society for Technical Communication.
Corinne is a member of the Dietary Managers Association and the South Orange County (CA) Obesity Task Force.
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