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NZ Gluten Free Cookbook - Gourmand World Cookbook Awards


Goodness Me it’s Gluten Free scoops 3rd Best Health Cookbook in the World at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Paris.

Monday, 26th Feb 2013, 2.15pm

Press Release: Goodness Me Ltd

Following on from winning the Gourmand Award for Best First Cookbook in New Zealand, Authors Mary & Vanessa Hudson are thrilled with placing 3rd in the worldwide competition. “The Gourmand Awards are the Oscars of the cookbook world so it is a fantastic honour for our gluten free cookbook to achieve this ranking at such a prestigious international event.”

Both the Gourmand Awards & Paris Cookbook Fair emphasize the continuing importance of cookbooks worldwide especially in these tougher economic times as people are increasingly returning to cooking at home.

“It’s been fascinating to meet many of the cookbook authors & chefs at the Fair, with cookbooks covering such a diversity of cultures and topics, it again reminds me that cooking is truly a universal language” says Vanessa.

Recently Goodness Me launched an eBook version of the Goodness Me it’s Gluten Free Cookbook. The cookbooks are available at www.goodnessme.co.nz, select bookshops and through Amazon websites worldwide.

Title: Goodness Me it’s Gluten Free

Authors: Mary & Vanessa Hudson

Published: Goodness Me Limited, 6th September 2012

ISBN: 978-0-473-22065-5

Price: RRP NZ$29.95 (paperback)

Preview/Review Copy: Review copies are available on request but for a sneak peek inside please click on the link: Sneak Peek Cookbook Pages

www.goodnessme.co.nz

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