A New Year, a New Food Network Logo

by in News, January 7th, 2013

Food Network LogoLater this year, Food Network will celebrate its 20th anniversary, and since 1997 the brand has had the same iconic logo. Until now. Yesterday, Food Network launched a brand-new logo. For the tried-and-true die-hard fans of the network, don’t fret. As you can see in the image to the left, only small changes have been made to the familiar plate-shaped logo. You’ll soon see the logo integrated into FoodNetwork.com and Food Network Magazine, too.

“Looking to excite our audience, the refresh strategy was to reinvigorate our loyal fan base as we celebrate entering our 20th year,” says Susie Fogelson, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Brand Strategy for Food Network and Cooking Channel. “Food Network has grown and we wanted to freshen up our look and energy to better reflect our evolution into a broader, multiplatform entertainment brand.”

What do you think of the new logo? Tell us in the comments below.

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  2. Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, and is the number one cause of death in women. The sad part about this is that it could be prevented with a few lifestyle changes. Thanks.

  3. Peanuts says:

    I am very disappointed that you are not renewing Paula Deen. We all make mistakes. She apoligized. What if we never forgave any of your mistakes. I'm a big fan of hers and your network. Not sure I will continue with your magazine and watching your shows. Please reconsider. Thank you.

    • @KSeay6 says:

      The treatment of Paula Deen is ridiculous. I don't care for your new logo but it doesn't matter be UAE I will no longer watch your network or read your magazine. Very sad you have judged her so harshly.

      • Ella says:

        Actually not replying to KSeay6 but I totally agree with them….. just wanted to say BRING BACK PAULA DEEN. If you do not, you will see a backlash from her many fans! Your decision was cowardly and primitive PC (politically correct). – NOT.

  4. Thomas says:

    congratulation food network. your steps towards human being's health is really appreciable. There should be a proper management of food chart in every one life. For spend a healthy life we can go for a proper diet. Our food chart in such manner where all types of nutritive food comes.

    Foods are very essential in all living organism for survive. Among them organic food are plays a vital role. so be careful about your food.

  5. sohbet says:

    They have the same creamy texture & the banana is not too sweet. Add some peanut butter & maybe crumbled bacon like one blogger sugests & you could have Elvis oats! I'm kiding but oatmeal is a food you can be very..

  6. Heidi says:

    I think the old logo was MUCH better… this one will definitely be dated (already is) in no time. I hope you will listen to the feedback and switch back :)

  7. diet pills says:

    As you can see in the image to the left, only small changes have been made to the familiar plate-shaped logo

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