Special Issues

Corporate Profiles and State of the Industry Report

Publishes: October 2014
Ad Close: September 1

About The Issue

Industry information is critical to the planning process and the 2013 State of the Industry Report aims to provide readers with industry knowledge and insight. Our award winning staff of editors will take a critical look at 8 important topics and the special issues facing them as we look ahead. This impactful issue also focuses on 25 of the most innovative food companies in the world and reviews their latest strategies and financial outlook. Plus it provides valuable insight about these businesses and industry segments in which they participate. This is information you won’t find anywhere else!

Circulation

Your marketing message will be seen by the combined circulation of Food Business News, Baking & Snack, Meat & Poultry and Milling & Baking News. If top management, R&D, engineering, purchasing and marketing professionals are your target markets, then this circulation is created specifically for you.

Benefits of Advertising

  • Year Round Visibility
  • Traffic is Continually Driven to online edition of Corporate Profiles
2014 Company Profiles
Aryzta Bimbo Campbell
Coca-Cola ConAgra Danone
Dunkin’ Brands Flowers (2 pages) General Mills
Hain Celestial Heinz Hershey
Hostess Brands, L.L.C. Kellogg Kraft
Mondel─ôz Nestle Panera
Pepsi Post Foods Smithfield
Smucker Snyder’s Lance Treehouse
Tyson    

Baking & Snack Baking Directory and Buyers Guide

Publishes: February
Ad Close: December 20

Two resources...one comprehensive issue.  

As the only complete source of information on grain-based foods producers and industry suppliers, this issue offers executives the convenience of both a directory and buyers guide. The Directory section offers a comprehensive listing of all major producers of grain-based foods categorized by products produced and includes both headquarters and plant locations. The Buyers Guide lists all the key industry suppliers indexed by the products and services commonly used by grain-based foods producers. The publication is organized and designed to be easy to navigate.

Stand Out in the Crowd - Make it Easy for Your Customers to Find You

By including your company in the Directory & Buyers Guide you can dominate your product categories in the Buyers Guide section. With your display advertisement you will receive a special, full-color listing in the Manufacturer’s Guide section and your logo will be displayed with your company listing. Please note, non-display advertisers just receive a very simple listing in this area.

Additionally, under every specific product listing that you supply your company/brand name will be alphabetically prioritized to the front of the list and highlighted in red with your web site included. Please note, non-display advertisers will have a basic treatment at the bottom of the listings.
If your marketing plans call for standing out among your competitors and making it easier for your customers to locate your products, then you need to participate in the Directory & Buyers Guide.

Combined Circulation...Widespread Distribution

Your single advertisement in the Directory & Buyers Guide will give you exposure to both the Baking & Snack and Milling & Baking News subscribers as the issue offers combined circulation to an expanded user base. This insures your advertisement will be delivered to all levels of decision makers. In Fact, 92% of the subscribers have influence in the purchasing decisions at their companies*. The subscriber base is composed of the following job functions:

• Top Management/Administration • Plant Operations/Engineering
• Technical/R&D/Quality Control • Purchasing/Marketing

*Baxter Research, March 2011

Annual Issue...Year-Long Shelf Life

As an annual, special issue, the Directory & Buyers Guide is used time and time again by industry executives throughout the year. In fact, research shows the average subscriber refers to the publication 9.8 times per year*. No other advertising opportunity can match the value and staying power of this 350+ page issue.

*SPC Research, 2010 

Online Component

In 2013, Sosland Publishing, in cooperation with several of the baking industry trade associations, launched a revolutionary, dynamic electronic supplier directory/buyers guide for the grain-based foods industry.

Visit esource to see this unique resource.  For more information on upgrading your company's listing and advertising on esource please speak to your representative to receive the esource media guide.

Baking Hall of Fame

Publishes: April 2
Ad Close: March 15

Milling & Baking News and Baking & Snack, with support of the American Society of Baking, produces an exclusive edition detailing the many contributions of the Baking Hall of Fame inductees. There are sponsorship opportunities available within each of the feature stories.

This is a rare opportunity to support a very extraordinary group of people and promote your products at the same time.

Grain & Milling Annual

Publishes: November
Ad Close: October 2

The Grain & Milling Annual offers a wealth of information about North American grain and flour milling. The
publication serves as a directory, a statistical resource and a historical record of the grain and milling industry in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. The Grain & Milling Annual offers a comprehensive buyers guide of equipment and service suppliers to the industry.

Advertising in this publication will position your company in front of the executives that control millions of dollars of purchasing power.


 

Annual Issue Rates
Size One Time1 Sosland Advertiser2   Program Advertiser3   Regular Advertiser4
Page $7,460 $6,570   $5,910 $5,090
2/3 $5,420 $4,920   $4,420 $3,940
1/2 island $4,700 $4,260   $3,720 $3,400
1/2  $4,470 $4,060   $3,550 $3,220
1/3 $3,350 $3,030   $2,650 $2,410

Color(Per Page) 2-Color: $900 4-Color: $2,000
Note: Increased frequency rates may be earned in combination with other Sosland publications.

1One Time: Advertisers participating in only a single annual issue. | 2Sosland Advertiser: Any current advertiser, regardless of frequency or size.
3Program Advertiser: Advertisers committed to a set advertising plan for the year. | 4Regular Advertiser: Advertisers maintaining a monthly schedule in at least one Sosland publication.