Condé Nast announced this week that it has acquired NutritionData.com, a leading health and nutrition Web site that provides high-quality tools and information to consumers eager to embrace a healthier lifestyle.
This acquisition, which was announced by Sarah Chubb, President of CondéNet, the Web division of Condé Nast, continues the acceleration of the company’s Web presence, following the announcement of a deal last Tuesday to acquire Wired News. "NutritionData.com, with a large and growing audience of 600,000 monthly unique visitors, has great potential as an advertising venue," Chubb said in a statement. Last week Condé Nast closed a $25 million acquisition of Wired News from Lycos Inc., in a deal that reunited the print and digital brands of Wired after eight years apart. Terms of the NutritionData.com acquisition were not disclosed. NutritionData.com was founded in 2003. Most data on the site is supplied from the USDA, which updates information every six months.