Meet the New Foodies100 Editor!


Foodies100 editor


We’re thrilled to announce a brand new team member, as we introduce you to the new Foodies100 Editor, Alison Perry.

Alison will take charge of the day-to-day running of the site and make sure we continue to celebrate the brilliant selection of inspirational food content from across Foodies100. If you’d like to be a Ten at Ten Foodies100 blogger, then Alison is the person you need to get in touch with. Equally, if you have a great idea for a guest post you would like to contribute, then drop Alison a line at

A lover of Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc, a good steak and Montgomery Cheddar, Alison has all the credentials to look after the UK’s biggest network of food blogs. She also makes a mean Spanish pork stew, amongst other things.

When it comes to editing, Alison has worked on teen and women’s magazines for fourteen years, where she has interviewed Victoria Beckham, been chatted up by a global megastar (she won’t tell us who) and says she has picked up so many fashion and beauty tips that she should really be an expert by now.

Alison is mum to a mischievous three year old and when she’s not working, she’s blogging at Not Another Mummy Blog and The Motherhood. “I love blogging because I have a lot to say,” says Alison. “Also, after years of working in a job that has a long production process, it’s so refreshing to just hit ‘publish’.”

We hope you’ll join us in welcoming Alison to the team and pointing her in the direction of some of your own blogs, so she can get to know you all too.

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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