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Meredith Corporation launches Hungry Girl magazine

Meredith Corporation announced the launch of Hungry Girl magazine. The spring issue will be on newsstands January 16 with a cover price of US$9.99.

The magazine was created under the vision of Lisa Lillien, the creator of the Hungry Girl brand and founder of hungry-girl.com. Lillien, a leader in the better-for-you food space, is the author of twelve bestselling cookbooks, six of which debuted at #1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list. The brand has nearly three million email subscribers and social media followers.

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"I couldn't be more excited about this new venture and the opportunity to bring the Hungry Girl audience fresh content in a completely new format," says Lillien. "I actually started my career as a magazine editor, so I'm thrilled to be going back to my roots."

Each issue will contain 50+ healthy recipes, lifestyle tips & tricks, and more. Regular columns will include:

  • Hungry Girl How-To: Step-by-step guides to the hottest cooking trends.
  • Success Stories: Real-world accounts from people who won their battles with the scale.
  • Super Sleuth: Mythbusting and eye-opening information about food & diet facts and fallacies. 

Hungry Girl magazine will join the list of magazine partnership launches from Meredith Corporation.

"Lisa and her team have built a large and engaged audience for the Hungry Girl brand. Her successful books and large digital following provide a great foundation for the launch of a magazine," says VP and group publisher, Scott Mortimer. "The magazine is full of great ideas and is the perfect extension of her brand."

Hungry Girl magazine is available on newsstands on January 16 and is available for preorder on Hungry-girl.com now.

Meredith Corporation is a member of FIPP.

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