Suzanne S. Wiley

UCSD, UT Austin, Mesa College San Diego
Supermarket Practices, Food Tips And Hacks, Nutrition And Ingredient Interactions
  • Suzanne can help you avoid dubious claims and manipulative sales techniques designed to get you to spend more.
  • She knows how to shop for a healthy diet when you don't have access to conventional cooking facilities and refrigeration.
  • Her interests include British WWII rationing recipes and their effects, both on health and a household food budget.


Suzanne S. Wiley has been writing since 2009, covering topics such as food, nutrition, fad diets, and health. Wiley has also written about environmental issues, online safety, and gardening, and her work has appeared on websites such as and SFGate Home Guides. During her time working at a market and bakery, she got a glimpse into the interactions between food manufacturing and growing practices, distributor and sales schedules, store layout, customer behavior, and more. This experience spurred Wiley to look further into nutrition and explore more about how shoppers can better use the grocery store to their advantage.


Suzanne has a B.A. in linguistics; M.A. in communication sciences and disorders; a specialized certificate in copyediting; and also took additional classes in topics such as nutrition.
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