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I enjoy working with companies of many different kinds to meet the needs of your business. Please do note that I adhere strictly to the FTC Disclosure Guidelines for Social Media Influencers (link here) that include revealing any relationship or exchange be it in the form of complimentary products, discounted products, or payment. I will make that simple disclosure clear at the beginning of every blogpost as well as through the use of a #sponsored and/or #ad hashtag on my social media channels.

Outlined below are just a few ways in which we can partner. If you have an idea, feel free to email me!

Recipe Development:
I love creating recipes and would be happy to develop unique and appealing recipes using your company’s products. Email with request and for pricing information. Mailing/shipping address is available upon request.

Product Reviews:
I do accept products and services for review. I do not accept compensation in exchange for positive reviews. I typically stick with things that fall within my area of expertise. That means anything I can relate back to food or the kitchen.  I welcome food, beverages (alcoholic or non), kitchen tools/utensils/dishes/glasses/linens/etc., books, cookbooks, movies, and other things along those lines. 

If you send me a product, you can expect a social media shout-out (with a photo) on all of my channels. If your company is on that particular channel, I will tag you.

Unless agreed upon beforehand in writing, I will not guarantee an entire post devoted to your product.  If I love your product, I will likely devote an entire post to it.  If I like your product, it may get featured in a post with several products.  If I am undecided or dislike it, I will not mention your product at all.  I write honest reviews, but, as my mom taught me, if I don't have something nice to say, I won't. 

If you have something that you would like me to review, feel free to email me the details. Mailing/shipping address is available upon request.

Giveaway Policy:
I will happily hold a giveaway featuring your product IF I like your product and think that my readers will like it also.  So, if you would like me to host a giveaway, you need to send me the same product you want to send my readers first so that I can try it for myself and take my own photographs. Email me for further discussion. 

Additionally…
While I will happily accept products and/or books to review, I do not promise to mention said items on Culinary Adventures with Camilla - please read above. I will always disclose to my readers that the product was provided to me at no charge or a discounted fee. Providing an item for review will, in no way, influence my opinion or review, as I respect my readers, their time, and their budget. I only provide product review/giveaways when I have had a chance to use the product. Product samples will not be returned to the company. I do not guarantee that I will post a review for all products received.

Editorial:
I am available to write editorial content for your food publication, whether it be print or web-based. Click to see my previously published editorial pieces: With a Pen & a Lens.

I will always disclose to my readers the nature of my partnerships with brands. I have a full disclosure policy and will also include a small disclaimer in any post which is written on behalf of a company or partner. I will make readers aware if money and/or product was received.

Best,
Camilla

Camilla M. Mann
Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Freelance Writer, Photographer, & Foodie Blogger
constantmotioncamilla[at]gmail[dot]com

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