Food Management is the most widely-read magazine & digital resource in the onsite/noncommercial industry

Food Management helps connect you with influential decision makers in the $124B onsite market, responsible for over $50B in purchases each year. FM connects you across the entire industry or can help target your message to any of the four key segments: college & university, K-12, healthcare or business & industry dining.

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Food Management (FM) features trends and best practices, products and solutions that connect deeply with the noncommercial foodservice professional. Four key onsite segments — College & University, K-12, Healthcare, and Business & Industry dining — are the focal points in our coverage. Readers receive both the big picture information they need as well as segment specific knowledge to run their businesses better. This also allows marketers the luxury of reaching the entire noncommercial community or targeting their messaging or products to each individual audience.


Food Management offers the largest audience of noncommercial operators in foodservice. FM provides both scale across the four segments and also targeted programs for products/services dedicated to certain segments. FM covers key topics as well, featuring a focus on food while also covering other important trends affecting the industry such as staffing, equipment, technology and more. FM also delivers the most ways to reach this audience, whether it be through the magazine, website, eNewsletters, custom eBlasts, mobile or live events. From tactical lead generation and product announcements to broad, strategic brand building and through leadership, more advertisers turn to FM to help deliver their marketing message.

Who do we reach?

  • Healthcare
  • Colleges & Universities
  • K-12 Schools
  • Business & Industry
  • Senior Dining
  • Recreation
  • Corrections
  • Military
  • and more!

Influential decision makers

involved in purchasing products, services and/ or supplies (approving, recommending, influencing, selecting, etc.)


work in commercial
foodservice operations

work in self-operated foodservice establishments

in food and beverage purchases
are estimated to be made by the
average subscriber

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