FoodNavigator rolls out registration to improve on-site experience for readers

By Flora Southey

- Last updated on GMT

FoodNavigator rolls out registration to improve on-site experience for readers

Related tags Food beverage

Here at FoodNavigator, we are making some important changes to the way our readers access some of our content. From today, users will be asked to register with the site if they want to access more than two articles a month.

Registration is free and will allow users to continue to access all of our content.

Like many media organisations, we are introducing ‘metered’ access to our site. This means that after having read two articles, you will be asked to register your details.

At present, we are only metering news content. Other pages such as resources, promotional features, listing pages and the homepage are still accessible without limitations.

What if I already subscribe to the FoodNavigator newsletter?

If you are already signed up to receive newsletters from FoodNavigator, you will still need to register​ to access more than two articles every 30 days. And just like our newsletters, registration is completely free​.

What kind of information are we asking for? Just the basics, such as your email address and industry specific demographics.

Once you have created an account and signed in, our system will remember your device, meaning you do not have to sign in every time you visit on the same device. If this is not happening, please check your browser settings and ensure you are allowing cookies on our website.

Why register?

The registration process feeds into our ongoing strategy to develop a deeper relationship with our readers.

It means that in the future, FoodNavigator will be able to personalise the content you receive via email newsletters, and only inform you about webinars, events, and downloadable resources that you really care about.

Once an account has been created, you will enjoy unlimited free access to all content on FoodNavigator and will no longer see any registration messaging while logged in to your account. Your login details will also give you access to our sister sites and

With these changes, we hope to further improve the on-site experience for all our loyal readers. We look forward to providing you with even more high-quality journalism to keep track of the food and beverage industry in Europe.

Related topics Policy

Related news