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AOL Food Partners with Grocery Shopping Network on Recipes and Cooking Videos


GSN’s to Syndicate More Than 45,000 Recipes

Minneapolis, MN . – AOL Food is partnering with Grocery Shopping Network to provide AOL Food users access to the recipes, wine pairings, and cooking-related video content. AOL Food,, reaches more than 4.7 million unique visitors per month, according to January 2009 comScore Media Metrix data.

Grocery Shopping Network (GSN) owns and operates, a recipe portal with more than 65,000 kitchen-tested recipes with nutritional and dietary content. AOL Food users will be able to access the many features that offers. In addition to the recipe database, also provides users a library of educational cooking videos ranging from “peeling tomatoes” to “making a roux.”

“AOL Food is excited to partner with the Grocery Shopping Network to provide consumers a solid, reliable and searchable recipe database,” said Tanya Mancini, editorial director, AOL Living. “AOL Food chose GSN’s because of the quality of the recipes and video content. The variety of recipes that provides is so vast and vibrant that we really feel our consumers will have an enjoyable experience as they find everything from home-style American cooking to international fare.”

Andy Robinson, GSN CEO, said that “Our Company is thrilled that our recipes will be seen by more and more foodies on a daily basis. It is exciting to work with a top Internet destination like AOL Food to expose their audience to more than 45,000 new recipes with nutritional and dietary content.”

AOL Food is part of the AOL Living network of sites. AOL Living,, is one of the top four online sites for lifestyles, with more than 18.7 million monthly unique visitors, according to January 2009 comScore Media Metrix data. AOL Food and AOL Living are part of AOL’s MediaGlow publishing unit.


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