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Contact Food Network: Find below customer service details of Food Network, including phone and email. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the cable TV channel. Reach the customer service below for support, complaints or feedback.

Head Office
The Home of Food Network
75 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY 10011

Support
Phone: 240-662-0000 (US HQ)
Phone: 65-6510-7500 (Asia Pacific HQ)
Phone: 44-208-811-3000 (Northern Europe HQ)
Phone: 786-273-4700 (Latin America HQ)
Email: nil
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About Food Network
Food Network is a cable television channel launched in 1993 and owned by Television Food Network. A joint venture between Discovery and Tribune Media, the channel is broadcasted worldwide. Originally named TV Food Network, the channel is available with most cable networks and also streams online. Other sister channels of Food Network include Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, Discovery Family, TLC, Velocity and Travel Channel.

According to Food Network, the channel reaches more than 100 million US households. Additionally, it’s website attractions over 46 million visitors each month. The magazine also has a wide reach, with it currently being the second best selling in the US with close to 14 million readers. The TV’s programming can be seen on the website. It includes the time it is broadcasted, host and other relevant information. Some of the popular programs viewers have loved include Chopped, The Kitchen, Diners/Drive-Ins and Dives, Iron Chef America, The Pioneer Woman, Barefoot Contessa, Guy’s Grocery Games, Worst Cooks in America, Kids Baking Championship, Everyday Italian, The Great Food Truck, Halloween Wars, to name a few.

Visit the website FoodNetwork.com to explore quick and easy recipes, healthy eating tips and much more. The What’s New column shows all the flavorful and scrumptious recipes you can try at home. The content published on the website is accompanied by high quality pictures showing close view of the food. There are also free videos published on the homepage. If you want to watch a show live on web, you can do same on the website. You will need to sign in to unlock the shows. The service is free with your TV subscription. Popular TV providers include DirecTV, Dish, Optimum, Fios, Xfinity, Cox, U-Verse, Cable One, Spectrum, Frontier, Mediacom and Wow!. You can watch current episodes live on web as well as smartphone app.

Subscribe to Food Network newsletter to receive recipes and cooking tips. For more information or queries on subscriptions, payment, cancellation, digital magazine, newsletter, live streaming, technical support, or others, reach the Food Network support.

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4 Comments

  1. I have been watching food network for a long time, i used to enjoy it so much especially Chopped, but now it is completely repeat and repeat. I dont have a count of the repeated times its shown.

  2. OMG!!! Saturday morning used to be fun. Now, it’s horrible!!! What happened to Trisha? I miss her on Saturday!! Now, let’s talk about the Kitchen. Sunny Anderson is intolerable!!! She is so loud and obnoxious. I can’t watch. So loud! My whole family can’t watch her. Put Trisha back 8-9a. Miss her!! I miss Molly on Saturday. Give the Kitchen a rest.

  3. Foodnetwork really need to change programming ,it’s getting tiring when you turn to watch Food Network and all you see is Beat Bobby Flay. Food Network used to be enjoyable to watch , but not anymore. We all know Bobby is going to win the cook offs.

  4. 1: The food competitions seem so contrived
    2: the judges come across as so condescending and narcisstic when judging non celebrity chefs-rude and demeaning toward competitors.
    3: of course, we all know Bobby Flay is going to come out on top.

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