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Taste Magazine Tops 25,000 Circulation

21 August 2006

Taste Magazine Tops 25,000 Circulation

Taste magazine, ACP Magazines’ newest title, has recorded an 11% jump in circulation in six months in the latest NZ Audit Bureau of Circulation Results released today.

Launched in August 2005, Taste magazine now boasts a circulation of 25,401 – an increase of +11.4% for the period January–June.

A monthly food magazine, Taste also has a highly successful website – www.taste.co.nz – attracting close to 22,000* unique browsers each month and a weekly email newsletter received by more than 7,500 people. “Taste has been an absolute star performer for ACP Magazines,” said Group Publisher Debra Millar. “It has quickly attracted a very loyal readership, with the circulation including more than 10,000 paid subscribers. “

The food magazine category has seen a lot of activity, so I’m delighted that Taste has surpassed our initial circulation targets in less than a year. The editorial focus on inspiring yet easy to achieve recipes and meal ideas has proved to be a winning formula with readers.”

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