Andrea Duvall appointed editor of Healthy Food Guide

June 26, 2012

Nextmedia today announced the appointment of Andrea Duvall as the Editor of Healthy Food Guide. Andrea is a very experienced food and magazine Editor, currently as Managing Editor of Diabetic Living and with previous roles as Editor of Home Beautiful and Better Homes and Gardens Better Basics food book series. Andrea takes over from incumbent Editor Nikki Wallman who over the last two years has overseen a period of strong copy sales growth and development of the Healthy Food Guide brand.

Commenting on the appointment David Gardiner, Chief Executive Officer of nextmedia said “I am delighted that Andrea is joining the nextmedia team and her passion and experience in both food and as a magazine editor will enable us to take Healthy Food Guide to the next level. We have strong ambitions to grow the presence of Healthy Food Guide in a market where healthy lifestyles are one of the fastest growing obsessions of Australian consumers.”

“I would like to thank Nikki Wallman for her contribution in the development of Healthy Food Guide over the last two years aided by a terrific editorial team. We wish her well with the next stage of her career” he added.

Commenting on her appointment Andrea Duvall said “I am thrilled to be joining Healthy Food Guide as Editor, my passion is food and this is a terrific opportunity to help people live a better and healthier lifestyle.”

For further information please contact:

David Gardiner, Chief Executive Officer at nextmedia (02) 9901 6100

About Healthy Food Guide
Healthy Food Guide was first published in Australia 6 years ago with an editorial philosophy to provide consumers with accurate, sensible, practical and relevant advice on healthy eating. The key point of difference with Healthy Food Guide is that it is supported by the most up to date dietetic advice and credible research. Healthy Food Guide is published monthly in a user friendly format, is available in supermarkets, newsagents, health stores and through subscription and has a circulation audit (ANPS) of 42,388 (Source ABC Audit – December 2011).