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2013 Press Release

Jessie Price Promoted to Editor-In-Chief of EatingWell

 

2011 Press Release

Meredith to Acquire Multi-Platform EatingWell Media Group

 

2010 Press Release

CEO Tom Witschi Named Regional Finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year

Tom Witschi, CEO of EatingWell Media Group Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2010 Award Finalist in New England

 

2014 EatingWell Media Group Awards

Bert Greene Award, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)
Category: Culinary Writing That Makes a Difference
Won: Barry Estabrook, “Growing Resistance” (May/June 2013)

2013 EatingWell Media Group Awards

Bert Greene Award, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)
Category: Writing That Makes a Difference
Won: Barry Estabrook, “Sweet Summer Corn” (July/August 2012)

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Health and Well-Being
Won:Rachael Moeller Gorman, “Solving the Sugar Puzzle” (September/October 2012)

Eddie Awards, presented by Folio: magazine
Category: Consumer: Epicurean, Single Article
Won: Barry Estabrook, “Sweet Summer Corn” (July/August 2012)

American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA)
Outstanding Article Award, Category: Service
Won:Rachael Moeller Gorman, “Solving the Sugar Puzzle” (September/October 2012)

2012 EatingWell Media Group Awards

Bert Greene Award, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)
Category: Culinary Writing That Makes a Difference
Won: John McQuaid, “Is This the Food of the Future?” (March/April 2011)

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Cooking, Recipes, or Instruction
Won: Anna Thomas, “The Soup for Life” (September/October 2011)

2011 EatingWell Media Group Awards

Bert Greene Award, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)
Category: Culinary Writing That Makes a Difference
Won: David Goodman, recipes by Jim Romanoff, “The Future of Milk” (July/August 2010)

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Reporting on Health and Nutrition
Won: Rachael Moeller Gorman, “Captain of the Happier Meal” (May/June 2010)
Category: Reporting on Environment, Food Politics and Policy
Won: Carl Safina, “Sea Change” (March/April 2010)

James Beard Foundation Book Awards
Category: Healthy Focus
Won: The Simple Art of EatingWell, Jessie Price and the Editors of EatingWell (The Countryman Press, 2010)

Eddie Awards, presented by Folio: magazine
Category: Consumer: Epicurean, Full Issue
Won: (Bronze): March/April 2011
Category: Consumer: Epicurean, Single Article
Won: (Bronze): “The Future of Milk” (July/August 2010)

Web Health Awards (Health Information Resource Center): Honoring the Best Digital Health Information
Category: Mobile Application | Division: Media/Publishing
Won: Bronze Award

2010 EatingWell Media Group Awards

Bert Greene Award, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)

Category: Culinary Writing that Makes a Difference
Won: Rowan Jacobsen, recipes by EatingWell, “...Or Not to Bee” (March/April 2009)

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Reporting on Health, Environment and Nutrition
Won: Rowan Jacobsen, recipes by EatingWell,“...Or Not to Bee” (March/April 2009)

James Beard Foundation Book Awards
Category: Healthy Focus
Nominated: EatingWell Comfort Foods Cookbook, Jessie Price and the Editors of EatingWell (The Countryman Press, 2009)

2009 EatingWell Media Group Awards

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Reporting on Nutrition or Food-Related Consumer Issues
Won: Rachael Moeller Gorman, “How to Feed Your Mind” (September/October 2008 issue)

2009 Eddie Awards, presented by Folio: magazine
Category: Consumer: Epicurean, Full Issue Won: Silver award for the March/April 2009 issue

2009 Web Marketing Association’s WebAward
Won: Outstanding achievement in website development

2008 EatingWell Media Group Awards

Bert Greene Award, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)
Category: Best Essay Won: Laura Fraser, “Food for the Heart” (January/February 2007 issue)

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Reporting on Nutrition or Food-Related Consumer Issues Won: Peter Jaret, “The Search for the Anti-Aging Diet” (November/December 2007)

James Beard Foundation Book Awards
Category: Healthy Focus Won: The EatingWell Diet, Jean Harvey-Berino, Joyce Hendley and the Editors of EatingWell (The Countryman Press, 2007)

2008 Eddie Awards, presented by Folio: magazine
Category: Consumer: Epicurean, Full Issue Won: Silver award for the March/April 2008 issue

2007 EatingWell Media Group Awards

Bert Greene Award, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP)
Category: Magazine

Won: Rachael Moeller Gorman, “Miracle Up North” (June/July 2006 issue)

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Newspaper, Newsletter or Magazine Reporting

Nominated:
Rachael Moeller Gorman, “Miracle Up North” (June/July 2006 issue)
Nicci Micco, “These Supplements May Save Your Life…” (December 2006 issue)

2007 Le Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards
Category: Best Health and Nutrition Book
Nominated: The EatingWell Diet, Dr. Jean Harvey-Berino, Joyce Hendley & the Editors of EatingWell (The Countryman Press, 2007)

2007 Eddie Awards, presented by Folio: magazine
Category: Consumer: Epicurean, Full Issue Won: Silver award for the January/February 2007 issue

2007 National Health Information Awards Program
This program recognizes the nation’s best consumer health information programs and materials (healthawards.com).
Class: Health Promotion/Disease and Injury Prevention Information
Bronze: “Organics: Are they worth it?” By Peter Jaret (Aug/Sept 2006)

Merit: “Miracle Up North: How the people of Finland took a healthy message to heart,” by Rachael Moeller Gorman (June/July 2006)

2006 EatingWell Media Group Awards

IACP Cookbook Awards, presented by the International Association of Culinary Professionals
Category: Health and Special Diet Nominated: The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook, Joyce Hendley and the editors of EatingWell (The Countryman Press, 2005)

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Newspaper or Magazine Reporting on Nutrition or Food-Related Consumer Issues Nominated:
Allison J. Cleary, “Fast Road to Fat City” (April/May 2005 issue) Rachael Moeller Gorman, “Faux Food” (December 2005/January 2006 issue)

James Beard Foundation/KitchenAid Book Awards
Category: Focus on Health Nominated: The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook, Joyce Hendley and the editors of EatingWell (The Countryman Press, 2005)

Eddie Awards, presented by Folio: magazine
Category: Epicurean (Consumer) Won: Bronze award

NewsStand Resource Cover Contest, winning covers featured in the Spring 2007 issue of NewsStand Resource, distributed at the annual MPA Retail Conference
Category: Circulation over 200,000 Won: 3rd Prize (February/March 2006 issue)

2005 EatingWell Media Group Awards

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Magazine Feature Writing Without Recipes Won: James M. Lawrence, “Catch of the Day: Choosing the Right Seafood in a World of Scaremongers, Fishmongers and Scientists Trolling for Credible Answers” (Spring 2004 issue)

Category: Magazine Feature Writing With Recipes Nominated: Raghavan Iyer, “South Indian with Ease” (Winter 2004 issue)

James Beard Foundation/KitchenAid Book Awards
Category: Focus on Health

Nominated: The Essential EatingWell Cookbook, Patsy Jamieson (The Countryman Press, 2004)

2004 EatingWell Media Group Awards

James Beard Foundation Journalism Awards
Category: Newspaper, Magazine or Internet Reporting on Consumer Issues, Nutrition and/or Health Won: Allison J. Cleary, “Razing the Pyramid” (Winter 2003 issue)

Eddie Awards, presented by Folio: magazine
Category: Epicurean (Consumer) Won: Silver award


 

Awards Who’s Who (in their own words)

Folio: magazine Folio: serves the entire community of the magazine publishing industry. It is a multi-channel, multidimensional information source, using print, online and face-to-face delivery to bring actionable information to the publishing community and encourage a richer dialogue between buyers and sellers. Its audience is the top management and discipline-director level of all sectors of the magazine industry, including those in the b-to-b, mass consumer, association, city and regional, and special-interest consumer. Its Eddie and Ozzie Awards recognize excellence in editorial content and magazine design.

International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) IACP is a not-for-profit professional association with a worldwide membership of nearly 4,000. It provides continuing education and development for its members who are engaged in the areas of culinary education, communication, or in the preparation of food and drink.

The Bert Greene Awards, presented annually to recognize excellence in food journalism, were created to honor the memory of the late Bert Greene, nationally acclaimed cooking teacher, cookbook author, and syndicated food columnist. A committee of twelve culinary professionals, including food writers, newspaper and magazine food editors and publishers, evaluate all entries against a detailed list of criteria that includes style, originality, organization, focus, clarity, depth of research and choice of subject. The judging process is completed in two stages and conducted in complete confidentiality.

The IACP Cookbook Awards annually celebrate the year’s most outstanding food and beverage publications. The awards program was created to encourage and promote quality and creativity in cookbook writing and publishing and to expand awareness of culinary literature. The IACP Cookbook Awards have become the industry’s most coveted acknowledgment of excellence in the cookbook-publishing world.

James Beard FoundationSince 1986, the James Beard Foundation has been at the forefront of America’s culinary revolution. The Foundation was established that year in honor of James Beard, the late cooking teacher, journalist and food consultant who is widely considered the father of American gastronomy. The Foundation’s mission is to celebrate, preserve and nurture America’s culinary heritage and diversity in order to elevate the appreciation of our culinary excellence. The James Beard Foundation Awards, held each spring, honor professionals in the food and beverage industry for their achievements. The Awards are the culinary industry’s most prestigious recognition program, generating attention throughout the nation.

NewsStand Resource NewsStand Resource is the only trade magazine for the single-copy newsstand industry. NewsStand Resource is published quarterly, reaching over 10,000 magazine and book buyers. Its mission is to provide North American retailers with a reliable sales tool to assist them with their newsstand buying decisions and to deliver the choices that their customers demand. It supplies the industry with the most accurate data available for the ultimate outcome of increasing single-copy newsstand sales.

 

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