CPG and Condé Nast.
We go hand in hand.
Condé Nast creates culture, and food has always been a part of the conversation. We’re here for those hungry for escape, for inspiration, for advice. And, we’re here for those who are… just hungry!
We’re focused on what feeds you: mind, body & soul
Whether it’s the kitchen experts at Bon Appetit and Epicurious with easy recipes to feed your family, NBA star Bradley Beal extolling the virtues of skittles on GQ, or Florence Pugh raving about chicken pot pie on Vanity Fair, our content has food at its core.
Each of our 19 U.S. brands celebrates food from its unique point of view: SELF speaks to eating as a form of wellness, Architectural Digest focuses
on entertaining and Glamour celebrates the intersection of food and pop-culture.
Time spent with food-related content across Condé Nast brands saw a +100% growth since the onset of Covid, totaling 410 Million Minutes.
Condé Nast content reaches 50% of the entire US population… from coast to coast and right on through the middle. Our audience is your consumer. And they’re spending $682 Billion on CPG products every year.
Our foresight. Your insight.
Recently, Condé Nast brought together leading authorities to explore topics impacting the CPG market. In a series of intimate roundtables, these discussions uncovered unique industry challenges and opportunities.
Gen Eats: Where Food & Social Meet
Top 5 Social Strategies Impacting the CPG Industry
Joined by Bon Appétit’s Associate Social Media Director Urmila Ramakrishnan, subject matter experts unpacked social strategies dominating the CPG space.
Whether you’re looking to build cultural relevance, break through in a crowded marketplace, or launch a new brand, we can help you move the needle.
Download the case studies below to see for yourself.
What You Stand For to Stand Out
Enhancing Brand Love
for a Legacy Product
Driving Awareness Among Emerging Audiences
Feminine Care Product
Normalizing The Female Health Conversation
Household Cleaning Product
Launch a New Product in a Commoditized Market
Making Plant-Based Meat Mainstream