News & Views Magazine — Print and Digital

FEDA News & Views content examines and highlights the distributor’s and manufacturer’s positive impact on the foodservice equipment supply chain in an evolving customer-driven marketplace. The magazine’s very engaged distributor and dealer audience includes the industry professionals involved in foodservice equipment procurement, management, sales and distribution.

 The content also reflects FEDA’s mission and strategic goals to strengthen industry collaboration and prepare distributors and dealers for the future marketplace through advanced education and training in digital learning, technical skills, such as facilities design, and product education.

  • 82% of FEDA’s senior-level distributors and dealers report they take the time to read each issue of News & Views with the rest reporting they try to read as much of each issue as possible.
  • 100% of FEDA’s Young Industry Leaders group reports that News & Views addresses the issues the industry should be examining for the future.

News & Views is available in print and digital formats and its articles are linked to FEDA's news page.

Please visit the products page to purchase advertising. If you have any questions, please contact Tracy Mulqueen at tracy@feda.com or 224-293-6501.

    “This magazine covers some of the most important issues for our industry today and tomorrow. I read it, as do members of my management team."

    -Steve Don, CEO & President, Edward Don

     
    “The content in News & Views is thoughtfully researched and written to help distributors and dealers prepare for the future marketplace. I love this magazine and my employees look forward to receiving it.”

    -Patricia Bible, CEO & President, KaTom

     
    “While other industry trade magazines can provide helpful information, News & Views is our magazine. It’s written for foodservice equipment dealers and everything we do and care about – not just kitchen design or warehousing, but the full range of issues we face: evolving business models, technology and education, labor challenges, channel relationships and more.”

    -Marc Tell, CEO, The Sam Tell Companies