About Us

About Us

About Us

For The Love of Food

The Food Channel® began as a print publication in 1989. Over the years, the publication evolved, expanded to outside subscribers and eventually moved online in 1996. For advertising and content sponsorship opportunities, find our current Media Kit here. For our Editorial Calendar only click here.

Today, The Food Channel is a stand-alone digital publisher, reaching a diverse audience of foodies, from home cooking enthusiasts to culinary professionals to students. The tie that binds is a passion for deeper understanding and love for food.

We help our audience be more fluent in food, no matter what the situation. Our content includes original articles, infographics, videos, recipes and photography; selectively curated content from trusted food resources; and original video programming from our International Guest Chef Network. Original video programming includes the popular :90 Seconds In The Kitchen and the short-form Time Crunchers.

In July 2017, The Food Channel joined the USA Today network with a new look, an expanded team, and an occasion- and trend-based editorial focus.

The Food Channel makes it easier to indulge a passion for food and the many ways it intersects life, whether at-home, away-from-home or on-the-run.

Our editorial team has more than 40 years of combined food-expertise and a passion for bringing food news to life.  Editorial content is fueled by CultureWaves®, The Food Channel’s consumer insights partner.

We live, breathe and eat food every day, and enjoy sharing our insights with others. We are passionate about food and appreciate others who share that passion. It’s why people return to the site—to influence, contribute, learn, gain inspiration and celebrate the many ways in which food intersects life.

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