Society Culinaria, the First Multi-Cultural Food Network, Launches its Creative Platform Pairing Food Brands with Food Enthusiasts and Lifestyle Influencers Across the Nation
Founded by two passionate Latina food experts, this multicultural culinary hub is the one-stop-shop for both brands and influencers seeking to collaborate in unique and creative ways
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Society Culinaria (SOCU) was designed to help food brands connect with influential food and lifestyle bloggers from all over the nation in ways that are innovative, creative and unique to help support their marketing, advertising and Public Relations programs.
“Food, like love, is universal and we use food to engage and build relationships between brands and audiences,” said Nicole Presley, SOCU co-founder. “After having success with my personal food blog, it only made sense to start a network where I could connect other passionate food influencers with brands that speak their language too.”
SOCU’s roster is comprised of innovative creative chefs, kitchen experts and every day home cooks of various backgrounds who want to talk to their audience about food, beverage and kitchen brands they are avid about, trust and identify with.
“We not only bridge the gap between brands and creators, we help brands increase social presence and word of mouth that lead to increased ROI,” said Ericka Sanchez, SOCU co-founder. “It’s our own experience in CPG marketing, recipe development and content creation that makes us unique and give us the credibility to navigate in the competitive food world.”
- Blogger programs/campaigns
- Social Media Campaigns
- Recipe Development
- Food Styling
- Event Management
- Food Photography
- Product Innovation Consultation
- Community Management
- Food Writing
- Product Reviews
- On-Air Talent
For more information visit http://societyculinaria.com/
About Ericka Sanchez
Ericka Sanchez has a marketing and social media background having worked in sports marketing, retail property management and community management for 15 years. Following her passion for recreating childhood kitchen experiences with her own family, she created the bilingual website Nibbles and Feasts; a successful site where she recreates traditional Mexican family recipes and develops unique recipes of her own inspired by her life experiences and travels to shares with her readers. Nibbles and Feasts has been recognized as 2015 Tecla Award winner for Best Latino food blog, one of the 10 Best Food Blogs of 2013 by the Latin Kitchen, named a Babble.com Top 100 Food Blogs for 2012 and 2013 and in 2012 and 2013 recognized as a LATISM Top 50 Latina blogger in the nation and invited to The White House and The United Nations. Ericka Sanchez served as a contributor for The Latin Kitchen, Nestle Kitchens Blog, Disney’s Spoonful, Disney Family and Meals.com and Nestle’s Emerging Market recipe hub, El Mejor Nido. Currently a regular contributor to Con Agra’s Forkful, General Mills’ Que Rica Vida and Comida Kraft.
About Nicole Presley
Nicole Presley is a culinary enthusiast and recipe developer passionate about culture and food. Her childhood and life experiences drove her to create Presley’s Pantry blog, a platform where she celebrates family, food, develops original recipes and the main stage where she creates a popular web series that showcase her work based in her East Los Angeles kitchen. She has partnered with brands such as The National Milk Processor’s Board, the Idaho Potato Commission, Whole Foods Market, KitchenAid, Wonderful Pistachios, Avocados from Mexico, and Maseca’s Amigas Blogueras and supported their product development. As of summer 2012, Fresh and Easy Markets packages and sells Presley-created salads in all Southern California stores. Presley has been named among the Top Bloggueras in the nation by LATISM.