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A New Magazine From The Gannet

14th September 2016

Our very first magazine came back from the printers this week and we’re pretty excited about it…

Fork in the Road is the first in a series of magazines looking at food destinations from a different angle. This one focuses on South & West Sweden, where we spent 10 days reporting for The Gannet last summer. It hangs out at home with chefs, coffee roasters and forward-thinking farmers. It goes behind-the-scenes at restaurants and persuades well-informed locals to show us their favourite bars. It’s full of useful tips about places to eat and food to take home with you – and if you roll it up it will fit very nicely into your back pocket.

We hope you like it.

The magazine is free and we’ll be dropping it into shops, cafés, bars and restaurants around London over the next couple of weeks. If you’re based elsewhere in the UK or Ireland and would like us to send you a copy, please sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page. (If you’re already a subscriber, send us an email at info [at] thegannetmagazine [dot] com with your name and address and we’ll get a copy sent out to you.)

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Posted 14th September 2016

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