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Good Food to launch new glossy magazine

By Media release - Nine Entertainment

12 August 2019 2min read

Good Food Magazine

By Media release - Nine Entertainment

12 August 2019 2min read

Good Food will celebrate the 40th  year of the Good Food Guide Awards with the launch of a new glossy magazine. 

Good Food magazine will be inserted into The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on the first Friday of every month, beginning October 4, 2019. Tuesday’s newsprint section will remain. 

“The magazine will focus on our key content pillars, with recipes from renowned chefs and food writers, restaurant reviews and food-focused travel features. Our editorial team will continue to share its expertise on everything from the latest places to eat and drink to the food trends readers want to know about," said Nine publishing director, Food and Travel, Trudi Jenkins. 

Nine director of sales – Publishing, Chris Nardi, said the launch of the new magazine presented an excellent opportunity for clients wanting to target a highly savvy, food-loving audience keen to be “in the know” about the latest food trends and openings across the nation.

“More than two million Australians read Good Food in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and on goodfood.com.au each month. To extend such a strong brand into a glossy format is exciting and offers many more opportunities for advertisers to reach this highly engaged audience,” said Nardi.

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By Media release - Nine Entertainment

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