Crystal Antonace

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Dallas, TX
College Of Wooster, Loyola University
Nutrition, Food Trends, Social And Economic Food Issues
  • Crystal has developed her love of real food and nutrition from working on various farms across North Texas that focus on permaculture and holistic land management such as Dry Valley Dairy and Elizabeth Anna's Urban Farm and Market.
  • She seeks to discover new and upcoming food trends pertaining to health and wellness.
  • She also has extensive interest in how the economy impacts our relationship with food. She became highly tied to covering the 2022 food inflation crisis and the weight of its economic impact.


Crystal is a freelance writer with enthusiasm for all topics related to nutrition, real food, and social justice issues in the food community at large. She has written for several underground zines in Chicago, Illinois over the last decade including The Tiny Carrot and Black Forest Magic. Her passions lie in provocative topics that require debate and creative writing.


Crystal holds a B.A in Communications with a focus on Journalism from The College of Wooster in Ohio. While attending, she received honors from the National Communication Association for two separate theses. Upon graduation, Crystal attended Loyola University in Chicago for one year in pursuit of a Master's Degree in English.
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