CHICAGO, March 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Food Channel® (foodchannel.com) has created a new online Store to bring its readers some of the specialty food products that may otherwise be hard to find. Just click on the "Shop" tab at the top of the website page to browse: foodchannel.com/shop.
"Our new 24-hour Food Channel Store was built to answer a question we get all the time," says Editor Kay Logsdon. "Readers ask, 'Where can I buy the cool stuff I've seen on your site?' Well, now we have an answer for them."
The goal is to create a space for foodies to buy certain gourmet food products or kitchen tools. Highlighted products in the World Market have been used in The Food Channel kitchens or discovered in The Food Channel staff travels. The site is committed to providing recommendations and information about products so readers can shop with assurance.
With more than 40 years in the food business, The Food Channel and its staff of chefs, food writers and photographers have learned the importance of using the best ingredients and the right tools. Now they have put together an online resource that makes it easy for their readers to shop like a chef.
The World Market is currently featuring gourmet food products made in Israel—marmalades, preserves, crackers, and sauces crafted with care in the Holy Land. Other featured products include artisan-smoked meats from Ozark Mountain Smokehouse made right in the heartland of America. The Food Channel has tested these products in their kitchens and prepared recipes using them, so shoppers can enjoy our world of flavors in their homes.
Check out the new Food Channel Store and the World Market at foodchannel.com/shop. And watch The Food Channel Facebook page starting April 4 for a limited-time giveaway of an Ozark Mountain Smokehouse spiral sliced bone-in ham paired with a pound cake, perfect for a stress-free and delicious Easter celebration.
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