Cookbooks for a New Season

Martel, Priscilla
June 2014
Gourmet Retailer;Jun/Jul2014, p51
Trade Publication
The article focuses on current cookbook trends and discusses a research conducted by book data management provider Bowker Book Research. The research shows the cookbook buyer is not switching to digital as quickly as other media. It mentions that current cookbook trends show a big shift in American eating habits. It presents the views of James Howitt, the global director of client solutions at Bowker Book Research, presents at the Roger Smith Cookbook Conference in 2013.


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