Food business reporter Strom has left the NY Times
Stephanie Strom, the food industry reporter at the New York Times, left the paper last month via a buyout.
Strom had been at the paper for 30 years. During her career, she has covered public transportation in New York, the retail business, Wall Street and finance, nonprofits and philanthropy, and served as a correspondent in Tokyo. She started at the Washington bureau.
She covered the food business at large, which took her everywhere from the C suite at Starbucks to pig farms in Iowa.
Organic food blogger Max Goldberg called her the “the most influential food business journalist in the country.”
Strom has a bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.