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FM Launches Second Weekly Newsletter

FM Launches Second Weekly Newsletter

Food Management is pleased to announce that it is expanding its digital portfolio to include a second, midweek e-newsletter, FM Weekly Update. The new digital publication will mail on Wednesdays and will complement the existing FM NewsLinks publication that mails each Monday.

“Our reader research shows that many onsite operators like receiving curated links to feature content from Food Management in addition to our traditional print magazine version of this content,” says John Lawn, FM’s Editor-in-Chief.

“That led us to make the Monday morning newsletter into a news-only publication, and to create the Weekly Update as a primarily feature content-driven publication.

“The Weekly Update will feature links to editorial feature content: some from the latest issue of the print product; some that is original, web-exclusive content; and some that is editorially selected from past issues. The goal will be a content mix that provides our readers with a constant source of new foodservice business, marketing and culinary idea starters.”

For more information about the newsletter’s content, contact John Lawn at [email protected]. For information on advertising in the new publication, contact Penton Restaurant Group Associate Publisher Chris Keating at [email protected], or any one of the group’s regional sales managers.

Food Management magazine is the leading publication for foodservice operators in the Onsite or “Noncommercial” segments of the foodservice industry. It is part of Penton Media’s Restaurant Group, which also includes Nation’s Restaurant News and Restaurant Hospitality magazine. Penton Media is a leading, independent, business-to-business media company that is headquartered in New York City. It has approximately 1,100 employees located in key locations throughout the world, including New York; Cleveland; Chicago; Overland Park, Kansas; Boulder, Colorado; Fort Collins, Colorado; and Hong Kong.

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