What is Recipe Roundup?
Recipe Roundup is an engagement program designed to connect ingredient-focused foods and brands with registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) and nutrition and dietetic technicians, registered (NDTRs) who can help showcase their products with delicious, health-focused recipes. Companies and brands who want to share Recipe Roundup content through Food & Nutrition Magazine® digitally via Stone Soup, social media, email and/or in a print issue of Food & Nutrition Magazine® should contact

Who are the Recipe Roundup developers?
A complete roster of recipe developersis here. Companies can browse the profiles to help establish who best fits project goals and recipe parameters. Each blogger is unique to certain audiences and reach, allowing you more flexibility to choose developers that fit your needs.

What if my company employs a Recipe Roundup blogger? Can it be promoted through Food & Nutrition?
Great! You obviously recognize the value of RDNs and NDTRs! Food & Nutrition Magazine® is happy to promote their Recipe Roundup content.

What if I have recipes developed by someone who isn’t part of Recipe Roundup?
Only recipes developed by Recipe Roundup bloggers qualify for Food & Nutrition Magazine® this engagement program. However, you can always explore display advertising options.

What if I need a recipe developer but don’t plan to promote the recipe through Food & Nutrition?
While we think you’d be making a HUGE mistake by not promoting with Food & Nutrition Magazine® (!), we also are happy if this program helps introduce companies and brands to the nutrition expertise of RDNs and NDTRs.



Who can participate in Recipe Roundup?
Participation in Food & Nutrition Magazine®‘s Recipe Roundup program is open to active Stone Soup bloggers with a minimum of three posts in the last 12 months who emphasize original recipes on their blogs, maintain a credential (RDN, RD, NDTR or DTR) administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration; are current members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; and have demonstrated a firm understanding of and adherence to Food & Nutrition Magazine®‘s recipe development guidelines and requirements. The following individuals are not eligible: employees or spokespeople of the Academy; and employees of vendors of the Academy or its design, advertising or fulfillment agencies (collectively, “vendors”).

What if I am not a Stone Soup blogger?
There are a lot of perks to becoming a Stone Soup blogger, such as joining a positive, supportive community, in addition to receiving invitations to exclusive events, trainings, product reviews and participation in Recipe Roundup. Learn more here.

How much commitment is involved with Recipe Roundup?
Recipe Roundup participation is for credentialed Academy members who specialize in original recipe development and nutrient analysis. While completion of certain tutorials are required, accepting assignments and clients is solely at your discretion.

What are companies looking for?
Goals and assignments will vary across different brands and organizations. Some campaigns may target certain communities or nutrient needs, while others may be looking for engagement through a specific social media channel. In general, your profile should emphasize your favorite original recipes and best photography.