Larissa Zimberoff is a popular freelance journalist who covers the intersection of food, technology, and business. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wired, Forbes, Fortune, Lucky Peach, Everyday With Rachel Ray, Edible Manhattan, Food + City, and numerous websites including NPR.org, CivilEats.com, FoodandWine.com, TastingTable.com and FastCoExist.com.
Zimberoff’s reporting ranges from the business of food to sustainability, science, food systems, and the new rush of technology into food. She is often called in to present, moderate, and lead panels on food tech including at Stanford, reThink Food at CIA/Napa, and at IACP. She earned an MFA from The New School in non-fiction creative writing and holds a bachelor’s degree from UC San Diego. You can learn more about Zimberoff and read her latest publications on her dedicated author website, here.