Beth Krietsch
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Beth Krietsch is a New York-based freelance writer who covers health and technology. She is also working towards a Master of Public Health degree at New York University with a concentration in Public Health Nutrition. Her primary interests are food and nutrition policy, sustainable food systems, and the ways in which food access and food marketing contribute to chronic disease. She can be found on Twitter at @bkrietsch.

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