Brittany Hutson | Civil Eats


Brittany Hutson is a Detroit-based writer and freelance journalist who has covered small business, entrepreneurship, personal finance, real estate, higher education, and community development for publications such as Black Enterprise magazine, Essence, The Wall Street Journal, Shelterforce, and others. Her food writing covers the intersections of entrepreneurship, culture, and community, and has appeared in Tostada Magazine and Edible Brooklyn. Her writing can also be found at her personal blog, Fed & Bougie.

Has the ‘Buy Black’ Movement Made a Difference for Food Entrepreneurs?

Ashley Rouse of Trade Street Jam Co. (Photo courtesy of Trade Street Jam Co.)

Black-Owned Restaurants in Detroit Are Hard Hit by the Pandemic

The chefs at Norma Gs in Detroit are ready to work during the pandemic. (Photo courtesy of Norma G's)

Women Chefs and Farmers Are the Backbone of Detroit’s Food System

From left: Ederique Goudia of Gabriel Hall, Reniel Billups , Brittiany Peeler of Experience Relish, and Le'Genevieve Squires of Experience Relish. (Photo © Val Waller.)