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Super Food Ideas magazine has hit the shelves

June 23, 2005

Super Food Ideas magazine has hit the shelves and is making the lives of people from all over the country a whole lot easier.

This great monthly magazine is full of simple meal solutions that use just a few readily available supermarket ingredients and realistic cooking methods so you can quickly get a delicious dinner on the table for your family each night.

Already launched, and hugely successful, in Australia Super Food Ideas has quickly caught the attention of many Kiwis in its first week on sale. An Ohaupo resident usually gets her friends visiting Australia to bring back Super Food Ideas. She says, “Super Food Ideas has to be the most useful magazine I have seen. I have the first Kiwi issue and will be buying each and every following issue”.

Another reader was also delighted to find the popular Super Food Ideas in her local supermarket. For many years she would buy the magazine whenever she traveled to Australia. “I’ve always wanted to contact the publishers to inquire about the possibility of it being sold here- so I was more than pleasantly surprised to see the July issue on sale here,” she says.

Every month Super Food Ideas, priced at only $4.95, has great competitions that are open to New Zealand residents. For the launch issue New Zealanders have 5 chances to win a week’s worth of groceries valued at $400 and all they have to do is buy the magazine and send in their entry.


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