Articles: Changes on the Forefront

Articles: Changes on the Forefront

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New Look and Improved User Experience

Food News

Changes on the Forefront

We have great news about some upcoming changes to& The Food Channel. For the past several weeks, we've been migrating our website to the USA Today platform for greater visibility, site security, and multi-screen optimization. That process concludes later this week.&

What does this mean for our audience?

  • A new website look and feel
  • Same URL
  • Highly responsive designed that provides improved user experience across all your devices
  • Simplified upper navigation bar
  • A singular news feed with the ability to see which stories are most popular with other viewers

In addition, we'll continue to strengthen our seasonal- and occasion-based editorial focus, adding special features that highlight the intersection of food with life, such as our current Sports & Food series. We will also continue to expand our International Guest Chef Network of contributors.&

We're thrilled to move toward a better user experience that allows us to continue bringing the recipes, how-to videos and food news you need to speak the language of food fluently - no matter what your level of involvement.&

Thank you for being part of our Food Channel community. We look forward to exchanging ideas and providing great food content for you in the future.&

The Food Channel Team