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Introducing the Food & Nutrition Magazine App

You can now access Food & Nutrition Magazine on your Apple, Android and Amazon mobile devices. Free to members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics!



Follow the instructions below to access your digital edition. If you’re a member, simply download the free app and enter the email address associated with your membership to gain access.

Not a member of the Academy? You can now buy a subscription to the digital edition of our magazine to access award-winning food, nutrition and health content published by the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals.

For an Apple Device

  1. Access the App Store from your mobile device.
  2. Use the search function and type Food & Nutrition Magazine.
  3. Or, use the following links:
  4. When you locate the app, press the free button to install. You’ll be prompted to enter your Apple ID to complete the installation.
  5. A Food & Nutrition Magazine icon will appear on your device’s screen once the installation is complete. To access the magazine, tap on the icon.

If you are a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:

  1. Subscribe by entering the email address associated with your membership. You now have access!
  2. Choose an issue from library and enjoy.

If you are not an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics member:

  1. Open the Food & Nutrition app and choose to purchase either a single issue or a year’s subscription.
  2. Purchase the magazine by entering your iTunes password.
  3. Download the issue you want to view and enjoy!

For an Android Device

  1. Access the Google Play Store on your mobile device and go to the Apps section.
  2. Use the search function and type Food & Nutrition Magazine into the query box.
  3. Or, use the following link:
  4. Once you locate the app, press Install.
  5. When the App Permissions window appears, press Accept. After installation is complete, a Food & Nutrition Magazine icon will appear on your device’s screen. To access the magazine, tap the icon.

If you are a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:

  1. Press the Sign In button and enter email address associated with membership. You now have access!
  2. Choose an issue from library and enjoy.

If you are not an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics member:

  1. Press the Subscribe button under Not a Subscriber.
  2. Follow Google Play directions to choose a payment option.
  3. After payment option has been selected and completed, press Subscribe. You now have access!
  4. Choose an issue from the library and enjoy.

For a Kindle

  1. From your Kindle home screen, tap Apps and then select Store. Sign in using your Amazon account information.
  2. Type Food & Nutrition Magazine into the Appstore’s search bar.
  3. Or, use the following link:
  4. Once you locate the app, tap the orange button and select Get App. Tap Open to launch the app after downloading it.

If you are a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:

  1. Subscribe by entering the email address associated with your membership. You now have access!
  2. Choose an issue from library and enjoy.

If you are not a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics:

  1. Open the Food & Nutrition app and choose to purchase either a single issue or a year’s subscription.
  2. Purchase the magazine using Amazon’s 1-Click payment method.
  3. Download the issue you want to view and enjoy!
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