Gina Badalaty

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Macungie, PA
N.Y. Institute Of Technology
Toxic Chemicals In Food, Organic Foods, Nutrition
  • Gina loves taste tasting, which is why her ranking article on frozen waffles for Tasting Table has been her favorite so far.
  • Her article, "What The Corn Industry Doesn't Want You To Know," was noticed by the industry, who were not happy with her accurate reporting.
  • She was selected as a NOW Foods Health Ambassador, earning an all-expense-paid influencer tour event and cooking challenge, which her team won.


In 2008, Gina was hired by American Greetings Interactive for her first professional writing gig, where she also spearheaded its first Twitter initiative. After that, she spent several years as a web technician at BNP Media, supporting numerous trade magazines, primarily those in the food industry. As a freelance contractor, she wrote for numerous publications focusing on organic foods, harmful food ingredients, and nutrition values for multiple sites, like Mamavation, where she dove deep into harmful food chemicals. Gina also has several years of experience writing for content houses, such as Audiential and PageOnePower.


Gina has a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies from N.Y. Institute of Technology.
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