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WWM's BBC Good Food India closes shop

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WWM's BBC Good Food India closes shop

BBC Good Food Magazine which gets published under the umbrella of World Wide Media (WWM) and Times Group has been called off and will not be on stands.

The management has decided to discontinue the edition from the current month and March edition was the last offering from the group.

There was no official statement from WWM at the time of filing the story. But the official Twitter handle of the magazine said, “We are sad to share that the March issue will be the last to be published by Worldwide Media...”

The magazine was launched in October 2011. It can also be highlighted that WWM has taken off ‘Good Food’ from their list of magazine from their website recently.

The magazine BBC Good Food was launch to suit the local content and was customised according to the Indian readers. 70 % of the content was produced locally and rest was syndicated from UK.

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