Recipes in Spanish for Websites Launched by Baldwin Publishing

Baldwin Publishing the first online publisher to offer Spanish-language healthy recipe videos for digital marketing.

Philadelphia, PA, August 23, 2014 --( Baldwin Publishing released its newest syndicated recipe product today: Healthy recipe videos in Spanish.

The Spanish-language recipe videos are an extension of Baldwin Publishing’s internationally popular online cooking show, Health eCooking®. Hospitals, insurers, employee wellness plans and retail grocers license Baldwin’s recipes, which drive millions of clicks to their websites.

Hispanics are the fastest growing ethnic group in the United States, and also have higher rates of obesity and diabetes than non-Hispanic whites.*

“These recipes educate and empower the Hispanic community to take control of their health in the easiest way – by cooking healthy,” said Judy Capodanno, Baldwin Publishing’s Health eCooking® food editor. “We take popular Spanish recipes and show you how to make them with less fat, less sugar and less sodium.”

All the recipe videos feature Spanish-speaking chefs demonstrating how to cook healthy foods such as paella, tacos, batidos, banana bread, chocolate pudding and more. Recipes are created by professional chefs and approved by registered dietitians.

Baldwin Publishing’s Spanish recipes achieved top honors with a gold Aster Award for multicultural marketing and excellence in American healthcare marketing.

About Baldwin Publishing, Inc.

Baldwin Publishing produces award-winning healthy video recipes, fitness videos and health articles and newsletters for our more than 500 healthcare clients across the world. Our cross-platform healthcare marketing solutions include Health eCooking® syndicated healthy cooking videos and Cook eKitchen,™ healthy recipe videos for kids. We also produce bariatric video recipes, and nutrition and fitness videos. Our clients range from health insurers and hospital systems to corporate employee wellness programs.

*2011 data from the Centers for Disease Control/U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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