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Woman&Home Feel Good Food Series Adds A New Publication


Feel Good Food, the food brand from monthly glossy woman & home, is introducing a new title Feel Good Food: Eating Smart, which will be sold exclusively in print in Tesco, and on all digital tablet newsstands.

Expanding on the heritage of Feel Good Food, Eating Smart will have 156 pages of quality content and recipes aimed at the growing audience with special dietary requirements. From gluten-free to lactose intolerant; whether diabetic or seeking out low cholesterol recipes, the magazine will offer expert nutritional advice and recipes to inspire and serve its audience. Taking the sumptuous design and photography of Feel Good Food, Eating Smart will stand for excellent quality and expertise within the food sector.

Feel Good Food: Eating Smart will be on sale from 29th August for eight weeks, priced at 3.99.

Linda Swidenbank, Lifestyle Publishing Director at IPC Southbank, says:

"Feel Good Food has gone from strength to strength publishing six times a year out of the woman & home team. It now makes sense to add a new specialist title within this publishing cycle to cater for the increasing consumer need of special dietary requirements. Free from foods have become main-stream in our supermarkets, and people want to be inspired with recipes to cook in a new way - whether they cook for themselves, or catering for others. Feel Good Food: Eating Smart will be a brilliant new title for them to buy.


Notes to editors

Feel Good Food is an inspiring magazine published six times a year and brought to you by woman&home. Aimed at readers who are enthusiastic about food, seasonality, nutrition and new products, it inspires, supports and reassures both the experienced cook and the experimental novice. Each issue also includes recipes from an array of celebrity chefs.


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