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Each issue of ediblePORTLAND is a celebration of what’s in season, what’s for sale, and who’s breaking ground on the area’s food landscape. We always have more editorial space than advertising; our advertisements never get overlooked.

Cooking Fresh – Our recipe developers create a complete seasonal meal made up of four original recipes, with a complete ingredient list to make shopping easy.

Whole Grains – Our writers lead the rediscovery of ancient heirloom grains for the modern kitchen, from millet to freekeh.

Modern Pantry – Includes mouthwatering recipes to cap off your dinner parties.

Edible Garden – Seasonal gardening advice for both the novice and the expert.

Liquid Assets – Portrays the art and science of locally- crafted beverages, including microbrew, wine, cider, and spirits. We’ll include tasting notes, interviews with the experts and visits to regional wineries, breweries and distilleries.

Artisans – Focuses on the universe of hand-crafted foods, from baked goods to cheeses to jams and chocolates. These include recipes and sources so great cooks and dedicated shoppers can make the most of these treats.

Farm to Table – In-depth examinations of the foragers and farmers who grow or hunt our best local ingredients—what they’re doing, how they started, and why it’s important.

On the Water – An intimate portrait of the fishers who are bringing in sustainable catches, preserving our native fisheries and raising the best quality local shellfish.

In the Kitchen – We take a look behind the scenes of our favorite local restaurants, and learn about the sources, techniques and inspirations of the region’s most talented chefs.

B The Change – Portland businesses are leading the nation in certified B Corporations, putting values before profit. We examine those who are changing the face of food in Oregon.

Road Trip – A handy planning guide for your weekend travel within the state of Oregon: where to stay, what to eat, and what to do in the new and known destinations.

Who’s Reading Edible Portland?

“Edible Portland readers are concerned, connected and community minded. They are active consumers who are passionate about local foods and sustainability. They are regular restaurant diners and terrific home cooks. They support their local businesses as a way of building community”

Subscriber Profile

83% female – 17% male
50% completed college
33% completed graduate school
41% age 25 – 40
45% age 41 – 60
12% > 60


81% are professionals, educators, and entrepreneurs
They travel for pleasure an average of 14 days a year
They regularly drink local wines and beers
67% have a pet
82% use our recipes in each issue
98% of our readers said that they are willing to pay more for the foods that meet any of these criteria: fair trade, farm direct, locally grown, organic, salmon safe, humanely raised, and family farmed

Our Readers Regularly Participate in:

Cooking for Pleasure: 98%
Dining Out: 85%
Entertaining at Home: 76%
Gardening: 70%
Wine Tasting: 46%
Cooking Classes: 34%

What They Are Saying

“Edible Portland is literally the only magazine I have ever read in which I also look at the ads! I love supporting the local businesses that support you and support missions that resonate with my values!”

ediblePORTLAND is sold on newsstands everywhere. Look for us at nearly 200 locations from Portland to Ashland and beyond.

We Print 20,000 copies of each bi-monthly issue. Those that aren’t sold or mailed are given away at farmers markets, food festivals, and gardening events so that every copy gets into circulation.

Our Subscribers tell us that their own passalong rate is 3.5 per copy, making an effective readership of 70,000.

We Mail to 2500 Dentist office waiting rooms where studies show each copy is seen by 41 people, effectively raising circulation by 100,000 impressions.

Find Us At:

• New Seasons Market
• Whole Foods Markets
• Barnes and Noble
• Zupan’s Market
• Powell’s Books
• And more

*find the complete list of Edible Portland distribution sites here

What They Are Saying

“We read every issue, from cover to cover, and I think Edible Portland and National Geographic are the only magazines we hoard rather than recycle.” – Dan Gleason, Subscriber