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Disclosure Policy
Food and Other Loves is a personal blog written and edited by me. All thoughts and opinions are my own - when I am sent a product to review I am 100% honest and I only feature things which I feel are relevant to my blog. When I am sent a product or have been paid to talk about something I will clearly disclose this in the post. Unless otherwise stated products spoken about are my own and bought with my own money. All photos featured on my blog are mine unless stated otherwise, I will mark that a picture isn't mine by including 'source' with a link back to the original. Affiliate links may be used in blog posts though this will be made clear each time.

Privacy Policy
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