Following licensing deals secured by Immediate Media, BBC Good Food Magazine has launched in Hungary and Turkey.
The initial print run for the first issue of BBC Good Food Hungary - published by Kossuth Publishing Group - is 45,000 copies, with each edition consisting of 30 per cent locally produced content.
Meanwhile, Karma Medya in Turkey handles the Turkish version, with each edition including 45 per cent locally produced content.
"We are delighted that BBC Good Food magazine has launched in Hungary and Turkey," said Joanna Marshall, head of international licensing and syndication at Immediate Media. "The joy of cooking is appreciated by all cultures and it is hugely exciting to be growing our BBC Good Food licensees with such a diverse range of countries.
"The BBC Good Food name is well respected and established in both Hungary and Turkey, so we are confident that readers will enjoy this reliable source of ideas for good quality and value for money home cooking."