ReganMillerJones, Inc. Disclosure Statement
[updated June 2016]
Information presented on this site is intended as an informational representation of the nutrition and communications services provided to companies by ReganMillerJones, Inc., as well as the various brands owned or co-owned by ReganMillerJones, Inc., including The Recipe ReDux, Healthy Aperture, BlogBrulee and RDs4Disclosure.
As owner and co-founder of The Recipe ReDux, Blog Brûlée and Healthy Aperture, ReganMillerJones, Inc. is compensated for the organization and management of any Events, Recipe Contests and Sponsored Campaigns associated with Blog Brûlée, The Recipe ReDux and/or Healthy Aperture by the companies listed as the “Sponsor” of each contest. Any sponsored social media postings will use the hashtag #sponsored, #client, #paid or #ad.
Advertising space on the various sites owned or co-owned by ReganMillerJones, Inc. is intended to generate revenue and as such, is labeled either as “advertisement” or denoted within the ad by the label “Mediavine”. Advertisements do not influence the content contained within each site.
Brand/Group Affiliations and Relationships:
ReganMillerJones, Inc., does accept payment for freelance projects and ongoing consulting work from a variety of clients, including but not limited to food companies and food commodity organizations. All attempts are made when mentioning a client through a social media channel to utilize the hashtags #ad, #client, #contest, #sponsored #sponsoredtravel or #sponsoredevent as applicable.
In 2017, ReganMillerJones, Inc. has a material relationship (i.e., employment, contract, freelance work, honorarium or advertisement/sponsorship revenue) with the following clients/companies:
- Cabot Creamery Cooperative
- National Turkey Federation
- Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition
- Oregon Raspberry & Blackberry Commission
- Potatoes USA
- Breton (Dare Crackers)
- Today’s Dietitian Magazine
- Kansas Beef Council
- Media Vine
None of the information on this site, or the services performed by ReganMillerJones, Inc., should be considered a medical diagnosis or treatment.