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Free Recipe Newsletters

Updated on August 20, 2010

Do you love to try different recipes?

One of the easiest (and free!) ways to find awesome dishes to try is to subscribe to one, or several, of the great free recipe newsletters that many food-related businesses e-mail to subscribers on a weekly or monthly basis, upon request. If you have a favorite brand of any type of food, chances are that the manufacturer offers a free recipe newsletter.

In addition to free newsletters offered by different manufacturers, many food industry associations and councils publish recipe newsletters that they are more than happy to provide to subscribers at no charge.

Why Give Away Free Recipe Newsletters?

For those in the business of food marketing, it makes sound business sense to get recipes that utilize their products into the hands of consumers who want to cook with them.

After all, every time that you make one of the recipes, you will use the product the organization represents. It is a win-win situation for everyone! You get free recipes, and the companies that provide the recipes benefit when you use their products.

Here are a few of the many different free recipe newsletters you can enjoy:

The National Dairy Council publishes a free recipe newsletter with tips and ideas for cooking with dairy products.

Betty Crocker publishes three free recipe newsletters. You can sign up for Dinner Made Easy, the Betty Crocker Newsletter, and the Bisquick Recipe Club newsletter here.

The free monthly Cheers2Wine newsletter contains recipes and tips for cooking with and enjoying fine wines.

ConAgra Foods manufacturers hundreds of different brands, such as Egg Beaters, Fleischman's, LaChoy, Reddi-Whip, Van Camps, and many others. ConAgra's weekly recipe newsletter features a different brand every week.

The California Tree Fruit Agreement (CTFA) publishes the Freshipes email newsletter every month, which features creative ways to prepare dishes with peaches, nectarines, and plums. You can register and find back issues on the Eat California Fruit website. provides a weekly free recipe newsletter for subscribers, of course featuring recipes that don't include gluten.

Interested in organic dairy products? You'll love getting the Horizon Organic newsletter.

The National Chicken Council and the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association jointly publish a monthly recipe newsletter.

Subscribe to The Texas Beef Council's newsletter to receive free recipes and cooking tips for beef preparation.

Like duck? Register for the U.S. Duck Council's free recipe newsletter.

If you're interested in receiving free recipe booklets in your mailbox, see my Free Recipes by Mail hub!

If you know of any other great free recipe newsletters, feel free to post them in comments!


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