‘National Geographic Food’
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16 December 2017
A legacy title steps out of its comfort zone with a standalone spin-off focused on food, and we explore the pleasures and sorrows of covering technology in print. Plus, a new style and culture journal from Nottingham.
16 December 2017
With articles running the gamut of the human and natural sciences, ‘National Geographic’ is a magazine with an unusually broad scope. Now it’s turned its hand to food, with the second UK spin-off from the main magazine since the launch of ‘Traveller’ in 2010.
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