Edible Seattle's first issue is available at Metropolitan Markets and will soon be on other store shelves. It is the latest in a national...
Edible Seattle’s first issue is available at Metropolitan Markets and will soon be on other store shelves.
It is the latest in a national chain of magazines that start with the word “Edible” and focus on the local food movement. The parent company started with Edible Ojai in 2002 and basically franchises the program to other markets.
In many areas the magazines are free, but Edible Seattle costs $4.99.
Over the next few days, it will become available in other stores including PCC Natural Markets and Whole Foods, said publisher Alex Corcoran and editor Jill Lightner.
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