Editorial Guidelines

We take great pride in the quality of our guides and any articles we publish.

Our writers and editors aim to create accurate and original content that engages our readers. We try our best to ensure all content is free of ethical concerns or conflicts of interest.

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Our guides that feature product reviews or recommendations are 100% independent and based on research and product testing. If you visit links within our content, we sometimes receive commissions from your purchases, but we never receive any compensation or consideration for the content we recommend.

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Corrections & Errors

Suppose you stumble upon an article on Boyd Hampers that doesn’t smell right, or you have spotted something incorrectly. In that case, we will go back and make corrections to be accurate alongside our source citation and prevent any possibility of misinformation.

This can be difficult as a small publisher, but we take this very seriously.

The edit time is updated below the title if an article is updated. Please contact us if you stumbled across a guide or article that needs improvement or correction.

Become An Editor

Are you an authority in food? Experienced or have letters after your name? We would love to have you on board. It consists of fact-checking articles and guides to ensure they are correct, up to date, and factually correct for our readers.

Becoming an editor is best suited if you are an authority in a particular niche with relevant degrees or proof of experience. Here are some examples, but not limited to:

  • A dietitian with a relevant degree.
  • Food economics professor.
  • Food and hygiene safety degree.
  • Hospitality degree or certificate.

To apply, simply contact us and attach the relevant documents. Read our contribute page for an idea of the range of topics we cover.

Immediate requirements to become an article editor at Boyd Hampers:

  • Successful applicants will receive a bio to briefly describe who they are, their degrees, and what they enjoy daily.
  • They will also receive a backlink as a source and proof of their authority to their website.
  • We expect them to have a Linkedin profile and an image for their author page.
  • Raw steak sitting out on ice.

    How Long Can Raw Steak Sit Out?

    Norah Clark

    Raw steak should not be left out at room temperature for an extended period. Bacteria can multiply rapidly in the danger zone, increasing the risk of foodborne illnesses. To ensure...

    How Long Can Raw Steak Sit Out?

    Norah Clark

    Raw steak should not be left out at room temperature for an extended period. Bacteria can multiply rapidly in the danger zone, increasing the risk of foodborne illnesses. To ensure...

  • Watery looking Nutella on bread

    Why Your Nutella is Watery: Causes and How to Fix!

    Norah Clark

    If you have opened a jar of Nutella only to discover it watery and wonering why is my Nutella watery all of a sudden? You'll be glad to hear it's...

    Why Your Nutella is Watery: Causes and How to Fix!

    Norah Clark

    If you have opened a jar of Nutella only to discover it watery and wonering why is my Nutella watery all of a sudden? You'll be glad to hear it's...

  • Fresh oranges and how oranges SHOULD look like

    How to Tell if an Orange Is Bad & Tips for Choo...

    Norah Clark

    Knowing how to tell if an orange is bad is crucial to avoid wasting money and to maintain your health. You can tell if an orange is bad from the...

    How to Tell if an Orange Is Bad & Tips for Choo...

    Norah Clark

    Knowing how to tell if an orange is bad is crucial to avoid wasting money and to maintain your health. You can tell if an orange is bad from the...

  • Crab legs in a gastro

    How Long Can Crab Legs Stay in the Fridge?

    Norah Clark

    Fresh, uncooked crab legs can last for approximately 3 to 5 days in the fridge when stored properly, however cooked crab legs can last for about 7 to 10 days...

    How Long Can Crab Legs Stay in the Fridge?

    Norah Clark

    Fresh, uncooked crab legs can last for approximately 3 to 5 days in the fridge when stored properly, however cooked crab legs can last for about 7 to 10 days...

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