Why does it matter who tells the story or who is behind the camera?   Food & Wine Editor-in-Chief Hunter Lewis discusses the evolution of how the magazine thinks about representation and social justice as a result of the pandemic and racial reckoning. “As we think about our role in food media, we are thinking much more intentionally not just about who we’re telling stories about, but who gets to tell the story. Who are we commissioning to tell that story? Who are we commissioning to shoot that photograph?,” he says. “[Our readers] are coming in for recipes and they want to be surprised and delighted, but there’s always a deeper story around food to tell.” He also shares his insights on the future of the hospitality and restaurant industries. “So many things that are continuing to shake out… You’ve got leaders in the industry who have been changing the way that they do business, changing their models, thinking about equity, and thinking about a more livable wage.”

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