It says the magazine’s content will be more relevant to the month it is on sale, rather than a month ahead. This change reflects feedback from readers, who expressed an increased desire to cook in tune with the season.
Lorna East, publisher of BBC Good Food Magazine, said: “We listen avidly to what readers tell us about their shopping and cooking habits but we also felt instinctively that our publishing strategy was delivering content slightly out of sync with the seasons. Now we’ve corrected that.”
BBC Good Food’s January issue is on sale now, priced at £3.99.
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