Beaufort, SC – The Kitchen Community, America’s fastest growing healthy eating and healthy living brand, has announced the completion of its latest round of acquisitions. The Kitchen Community is pleased to announce it has acquired Korasoi.com and FarmertoFarmerPodcast.com. Terms of the deals were not disclosed.
FarmertoFarmerPodcast.com was started by the late Chris Blanchard. Chris was a passionate farmer and a great resource for all things “farming”. He is greatly missed. TheKitchenCommunity.org is proud to add the FarmertoFarmerPodcast.com to its digital properties with a focus on Farm to Table growing and eating.
Korasoi.com is a leader in international food and recipes with a focus on vegetarian cuisine from around the world. Over the years Korasoi has been known for it’s exciting recipes and unusual flavors. The Kitchen Community intends to keep that focus for the brand in the future.
The Kitchen Community’s goal is to offer the best informational resources to cooks, chefs, and cooking enthusiasts who wish to learn more about food, the different ingredients that provide health advantages, as well as amazing recipes to keep their taste buds excited and entertained.
Cassie Marshall, the Managing Director and CEO of the Kitchen Community, stated: “We are excited to add FarmertoFarmerPodcast and Korasoi to the Kitchen Community family. They’ve been able to do great things in the past. We’re looking forward to doing great things together in the future.” Although the terms of the deals were not announced, it is expected that all Korasoi and FarmertoFarmerPodcast employees will remain in their positions after the closure of the transactions.
About the Kitchen Community
The Kitchen Community is a leading brand focusing on healthy living and healthy eating. In today’s fast-paced life, the Kitchen Community’s goal is to be a resource for all things related to a healthy lifestyle.
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