Facts & figures
Our magazine is published eight times a year and targeted at managers within processing companies involved in the meat, poultry and fish industries, the (convenience) food industry and wholesalers around the world. The entire magazine is published online in Dutch and English, the printversion is only in Dutch. The
articles concerning Meatindustry are bundled together in a special section Meatindustry.
For over 25 years we have been providing information about trends & developments, sustainable entrepreneurship, innovations, packaging, hygiene and food safety, processing, process technology and science!
“Where others think purely in ads, we think along with you and provide a content marketing strategy with your DNA. We take that extra step where others stop."
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The communication is based upon the magazine vakblad Voedingsindustrie in print; Each edition of Vakblad Voedingsindustrie is completely available online (for free).
It’s also translated into English and published on the internet as DutchFoodIndustry for international circulation. We believe in freely sharing knowledge and want to create more exposure for our advertisers.
The concept is completed by a weekly newsletter (circa 5.345 mail addresses in food and a unique average open rate of 29,7%).
All information is available for everyone and free to share (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) and to e-mail to your relations. The articles and banners remain in the online archive and continue to be available for many years.
We are the only Dutch publisher in food with our own network organisation: Ondernemers Sociëteit Voedingsindustrie (OSV).
The OSV was founded in 1993 and we’re proud of its more than 25 years existence. Our network has circa 300 members: primarily comprising decisionmakers in the food industry. The members come together at workshops, lectures, company visits, and the Winter and Summer Barbecues.
For vakblad Voedingsindustrie the way to gather information at the source. Especially in this digital age it is important to continue to meet each other in person, this creates trust and ensures a higher level of respect.