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Healthy Food Guide, the essential ingredient for a healthy media schedule.

Healthy Food Guide is a modern, multi-channel brand uniquely positioned to deliver the right audience to advertisers. From broad-based mainstream to specific niche audiences, we can help your business speak to the right consumers.

Advertisers have several highly effective methods to reach an interested and engaged audience. Tell us about your business and we will help you find the best, most cost-effective channel(s) to deliver results:

Magazine – engage in a deep, uninterrupted way with interested readers.

Website – a wide range of options including display, contextual advertising, product reviews, sampling, competitions and much more.

Enewsletters – updates from the editor, as well as targeted audiences and topics, such as women’s health, gluten-free, 5pm panic recipes.

Solus eDMs – to any of the above databases.

Social media – FaceBook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram.

Mainstream TV – healthy food ideas (nutritional restrictions apply).

Events – consumer and corporate, meet the editor, Healthy Food Guide LIVE! shows.

Research – minimise your product risk by researching our readers and databases.

Content creation – let us help you publish or provide extra value to your customers.

Video creation – we can help you bring your brand to life and be seen by health-conscious consumers.

Packages – your media package is tailor-made to suit your unique needs and budget, spanning whichever platforms will reach your best audience.

 

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Advertising contacts

Email Tasha Pienaar or phone +64 9 484 1340

Healthy Food Guide LIVE! (incorporating the Gluten Free Food & Allergy Shows)
Email Aimee Fraser or phone +64 9 484 1354

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