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Next Magazine Appoints New Food Editor

12 June, 2008

Next Magazine Appoints New Food Editor

Next magazine announced today the appointment of a new Food Editor, Pippa Cuthbert, who will bring a fresh and contemporary look to the magazine’s popular food section.

Pippa is a nutritionist and food scientist who has just returned from the UK, where she worked on leading magazines such as Good Housekeeping and Wallpaper, as well as on BBC Good Food Live.

Pippa is the author of 100 Great Tapas, has co-authored several other cookbooks and has contributed to many others.

Next Editor Brenda Ward says: “Pippa has been working at the forefront of international food trends and will help Next build its reputation for sophisticated, delicious food that’s easy to prepare.

“Food is an important part of the Next offering,” says Ward. “Pippa will infuse Next’s food pages with fresh, modern ideas that are in touch with our readers’ busy lifestyles.”

Cuthbert has already started as Food Editor, and will be overseeing all Next food content from the August issue, out mid-July.


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