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When it comes to local food, we're the only game in town. We cover the fabulous food + drink culture in Northern Nevada and Lake Tahoe. That makes us the area’s most targeted publication. If your aim is to reach healthy food lovers and healthy living advocates in our community, you couldn’t get more targeted than by positioning yourself with edible Reno-Tahoe.

We're growing while other print publications are suffering. Even before edible Reno-Tahoe launched on March 6, 2010, we had 1,100 fans on Facebook, 120 paid subscribers, and a lot of excitement over the first issue, including a launch party that attracted thousands of participants. In addition, we garnered 60 advertisers in our first issue, which broke the record for the most number of ads sold for a first-time edible magazine (of 62 in the Edible family).

Also, edible Communities (of which edible Reno-Tahoe is part) increased ad sales by 30 percent and added 12 new magazines in 2009 over 2008. In addition, edible Communities was honored by Bon Appetit magazine as one of the Top 10 hot food trends of 2009. While other magazines are cutting back or going out of business, we're thriving!

Finally, in May 2011 Edible Communities and its 70 publications were honored by the James Beard Foundation as Publication of the Year, a category created specifically for the group. The James Beard awards are the Oscars of food journalism, so this is quite an honor

edible readers are concerned, connected, savvy, and community minded. These are exactly the sorts of customers you want. They influence their friends, telling them where to shop, where to eat, what to cook, what to drink, and why.

Your ad gets read! Our readers devour each issue cover to cover and we have more content than ads, which means your message won’t be lost in a sea of ads.

You'll get lots of value from every advertising dollar. Advertisers receive coverage in the Advertiser Directory, our print and online guide to advertisers. And advertisers are a key distribution point for the magazine. And if you run out of copies, we refill them, on demand, while supplies last.

Read what our advertisers have to say about their experience with edible Reno-Tahoe.

If you'd like to share your message with edible Reno-Tahoe readers or edible visitors, please contact our advertising sales department at 775-746-3299 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

For a limited time, creative and production services are available FREE! Please contact us for details.


Ad Reservation Advertising deadline Publish date
Spring 2013 Jan. 4 Jan 18. March 1
Summer 2013 April 3 April 17 June 1
Fall 2013 July 9 July 23 Sept. 14
Edible Reno Cooks Aug. 20 Sept. 3 Oct. 20
Winter 2013 Oct. 3 Oct. 17 Dec. 1

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I wanted to send you a quick note after reading the latest issue of your magazine because I thought it was fabulous! I loved the well-written content, the beautiful layout, fun infographics/illustrations, balance of ads to editorial and paper selection. It's not often I thumb through an entire mag but this one I read cover to cover. Bravo on a beautiful magazine!

– L Hogan


I just wanted to drop a short note to let you know how much I've loved discovering your magazine! Having been an art director for trade publications for nearly 15 years, I have a pretty critical eye for print media and yours is really great. The photography is engaging and I think you really pull the reader into every subject you cover. I found myself interested in articles I normally wouldn't be, and I think that says a lot for your design and format.
– Kippy Spilker


The winter issue is many good things to eat!
– Marnie McArthur


I am so impressed with the spring issue of edible! There are so many great resources and articles in this edition. It always kicks a** but you gals continue to ramp it up to the next level! Thank you for highlighting women in ag and working with the food co-op, too! So, after you dropped off the magazine, they were all gone in about two hours.
– Nicole Sallaberry

Valerie Marquis

I was at Nothing To It the evening you were talking about the launch of this new read. I thought, 'a fresh, forward publication for Reno. Sounds appealing.' When it arrived, I fell in love. The pages were crisp with the new food mindset, chock full of inspiration to eat and shop locally.
– Valerie Marquis


CONGRATS on your year plus in business! Edible Reno-Tahoe is such a great addition to the growing foodie scene. I love your magazine!
– Nicole Cheslock


Picked up a copy of edible Reno-Tahoe at the Brooklyn Museum Egyptian Art event at the Nevada Art Museum ... love the mag, keep up the great job!
– R. Keith Rugg


I just picked up the latest edition at Whole Foods. Wow! You have done an amazing job. I am going to hang onto this magazine and consult it frequently. I imagine my copy will be dog-eared and tattered by the time your next edition comes out. You have a real dynamic going and I hope to see the magazine for years to come. I can't wait to tell my friends and family about it.
– Yvonne Reese


Your magazine just keeps getting better and better! Loved this issue! My 12-year-old son picked it up and was fascinated by the solar cookers. He wants to build one.
– Mark Kattleman


Our company made a commitment a year ago to advertise in edible Reno-Tahoe magazine to reach our target market of home gardeners and those who appreciate knowing how to produce their own food using quality gardening ingredients. With their help, we have grown our commitment to eight other Edible communities in the Western states.
– Mike McLain, Kellogg Garden Products

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