Thefoodsearch Internet food search directory.

Welcome To Thefoodsearch! food search directory



Our aim is to only include websites that are in the food and beverage industry, this includes, the food manufacturing and food equipment industries.

Guidelines:
This directory is meant to be clean from junk that you usually find everywhere else, because we are very strict on what, when, and where sites get listed. It is very easy for an editor to ban domains, so do not risk this one chance.

You should add a reciprocal link back to thefoodsearch.com front page before you submit this form:
reciprocal link must be placed at the page you are going to submit with this form. You are free to change the link as you like as long as it is: visible (not hidden), clickable (not disabled), and links directly to thefoodsearch.com main page. A reciprocal link is not a requirement of our submission.

A Foodnetwork.com Directory editor will verify the contents of your web site before it will be available to our visitors.

General rules:
  • Your server must generate a valid "200 OK" response code for the URL you submit.
  • Do not submit mirror sites. Mirror sites are sites that contain identical content, but have altogether different URLs.
  • Do not submit URLs that contain only the same or similar content as other sites you may have listed in the directory. Sites with overlapping and repetitive content are not helpful to users of the directory. Multiple submissions of the same or related sites may result in the exclusion and/or deletion of those and all affiliated sites.
  • Do not disguise your submission and submit the same URL more than once.
  • Do not submit any site with an address that redirects to another address.
  • Do not submit sites "under construction." Wait until a site is complete before submitting it. Sites that are incomplete, contain "Under Construction" notices, or contain broken graphics or links aren't good candidates for the directory.
  • Thefoodsearch Directory Project does not accept certain types of content, behavior and/or products, and will not accept sites that contain this type of content. This includes, but is not limited to:
  1.  Adult-oriented content
  2.  Violence, excessive use of vulgar or obscene language
  3.  Excessive, duplicate or competing advertisements
  4. Content related to human suffering or death
  5. Copyright or trademark-sensitive products such as MP3 downloads, DVD backups or bootleg items
  6. Weaponry, ammunition, fireworks or explosives
  7. Gambling
  8. Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia. The sale (or facilitated sale) of prescription drugs
  9. Political, religious or charitable organizations, issues or causes
  10. The sale of tobacco and tobacco-related products
  11. Hacking, surveillance, interception or de-scrambling equipment
  12. The sale of counterfeit or stolen items, IDs etc
  • Don't submit sites consisting largely of affiliate links.
  • Web site content must be in English.
  • Do a quick search in the directory at thefoodsearch.com to be sure your site isn't already listed. This saves everyone time.
  • You should submit a site to the single most relevant category. Sites submitted to inappropriate or unrelated categories will be rejected or removed.
  • Our Search engine Spider, " Foody " will index your site and extract tile and dscription from your header.
  • Auto-submission software is (and always has been) a violation of this procedure. Sites submitted automatically are flagged and deleted after the submission is accepted, without notification to you. Persistent automatic submission may force us to ban you from thefoodsearch.com site, so we can provide resources to real human beings.
  • An editor will review your submission to determine whether to include it in the directory. Depending on factors such as the volume of submissions to the particular category, it may take several days or more before your submission is reviewed. Please only submit a URL to thefoodsearch.com Directory once. Again, multiple submissions of the same or related sites may result in the exclusion and/or deletion of those and all affiliated sites. Disguising your submission and submitting the same URL more than once is not permitted. 
Cooking proper, as opposed to roasting, requires the boiling of water in a receptacle, and was practiced at least since the 10th millennium BC with the introduction of pottery. There is archaeological evidence of roasted foodstuffs, both animal and vegetable, in human (Homo erectus) campsites dating from the earliest known use of fire some 800,000 years ago. Cooking requires applying heat to a food which usually, though not always, chemically transforms it, thus changing its flavor, texture, appearance, and nutritional properties.
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