From 1 March, six pages will be added to Telegraph Magazine's Home section, to be renamed Food and Home.
Magazine editor Michele Lavery explained that she and her deputy, Kathryn Holliday, would welcome information from PROs. 'We want any and all food news: products, stores, organic vegetables, restaurants,' she said.
There will also be advice on food buying around the country, from supermarkets to delis. Kitchen and food gadgets are to be featured while a new column, Food Junkie, will carry interviews with people in the food industry.
The paper's Saturday Arts & Books broadsheet section will be revamped as a 32-page tabloid called Arts Plus from this weekend.
'It's increasingly the format people expect from weekend arts coverage,' said assistant editor in charge of arts Sarah Crompton. The tabloid will include a 12-page Books pull-out. The change of format effectively adds eight tabloid pages overall, she added.