Taste Buds magazine

Magazine design, web design and copywriting are all part of the publishing mix provided by We Make Magazines, owners of this Devon food & drink magazine.

What’s the fuss all about?

Taste Buds is more than a printed magazine and website. It’s a friend. It’s a brand that’s been building a relationship with its readers for 15 years. It’s a trusted source of information and the publication that readers turn to when looking for somewhere or something great to eat in Devon.

Who reads Taste Buds?

People who value Devon-made produce and regularly eat out. Our understated style appeals to the widest possible demographic. Locals love the varied content that has something new to discover in every issue. Staycationers linger over our website to plan their perfect visit to Devon (with over half a million page views in 2018!)

Where can I find Taste Buds?

In more than 300 outlets in Devon including: John Lewis, independent food retailers, restaurants, bistros, delicatessens, farm shops, tourist information centres, and hotels.

Taste Buds attends and supports events throughout the county including: South West Festival of Food and Drink in Exeter, Dartington Food Fair, FlavourFest in Plymouth, Nourish in Bovey Tracey and Dartmouth Food Festival. Online at tastebudsmagazine.co.uk, and on Twitter and Facebook at TasteBudsMag.

A recipe created for Taste Buds magazine.
A recipe created for Taste Buds magazine.

How does Taste Buds support food and drink in Devon?

We are the only publication that meets the qualifying criteria to be a supporter member of Food Drink Devon.

Taste Buds has been the official Media Partner of the Food Drink Devon Awards since 2013, and has been the Media Partner of the South West Tourism Awards.

Client

Taste Buds magazine
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Project Link

tastebudsmagazine.co.uk

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Web Design, Magazine Design

“Taste Buds magazine has been sharing all the fabulous foodie news for years and been supportive of all the great things that local restaurants and producers here do. Long may it last.”

Mitch Tonks Restaurateur and food writer
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