Niki Bezzant is a chef and editor-at-large of the Healthy Food Guide.
The owners of Healthy Food Guide magazine say the November edition will be its last print run.
After that, the magazine will be online only.
The magazine has been printed for 15 years and provides consumer-focussed information on healthy food with a focus on nutrition as the basis of good health.
But, in a statement posted on the website, Healthy Life Media managing director Phil Ryan said its audience had increasingly moved online and the print format was becoming unsustainable.
Ryan said it would continue to invest in its website to serve that digital audience with “evidence-based, expert advice on healthy editing and improving lifestyle”.
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“For those who prefer the print version of the magazine, we are expecting the Australian edition of the magazine will be in shops from late November,” he said.
Food writer and blogger Catherine Milford said in a Facebook post that she was “immensely saddened” by the news and lamented the decline of the print format.
“Huge congratulations to the whole team there, especially Niki Bezzant – food and nutrition writer who has put her heart and soul into the magazine. With Healthy Food Guide you could always be 100 per cent sure that you were getting great food and advice that had been scientifically and thoroughly checked. No pop science, no make-believe,” she said.
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