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This policy is valid from 13 April 2011 and has been updated as of 17 April 2015.

This website is a personal blog written and edited by me. For questions and concerns about this blog, please contact Nicole Pellegrini (Nicole@SouthJerseyFoodie.com).

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The author has on occasion been invited to sample restaurant menus and special events in exchange for writing about these events. Such occasions will be appropriately indicated.

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