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MiNDFOOD’s3rd Issue Takes a Bite of the Big Apple


MEDIA RELEASE 8 MAY 2008


MiNDFOOD’s Third Issue Takes a Bite of the Big Apple

With her highly anticipated movie, ‘Sex and the City’, premiering in New Zealand on 5th June, and a number of successful projects on the go, MiNDFOOD was lucky to receive an exclusive one-on-one interview with it-girl, Sarah Jessica Parker.

Looking resplendent in gold on the front cover of the third issue of MiNDFOOD (on sale 12 May 2008), Sarah Jessica discloses information about her life, children, business, the movie and what matters most to her.

This issue, inspired by New York, includes a fashion segment which has taken a bite out of the Big Apple city style, and offers readers a thorough guide to New York’s restaurants and also listing the top five hotels – don’t travel there without reading this first!

MiNDFOOD talks with six fascinating Kiwis who are leading the way in New York, including an advertising CEO, artist, chef, fashion designer and musician.

Meet the man behind the world’s first carbon-zero water company, based here in New Zealand. Bobbi Brown’s solutions to seven common make-up mistakes, and fuss free make-up tips to get you out the door, looking beautiful, in less than 5 minutes*.

MiNDFOOD’s health update this month looks at the prevalence of food allergies in children, the symptoms and triggers, and life saving measures.

All this and a whole lot more smart thinking, MiNDFOOD is available in newsagents, dairies and supermarkets nationwide, with a cover price of $9.90. Subscriptions can be purchased through the magazine or online at www.mindfood.com

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