RSS Feeds

Get delicious recipe and meal ideas delivered to your desktop. Add to your personalized iGoogle, MyYahoo! or myAOL pages, or add to your favorite RSS reader.

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. RSS enables you to get new Jif content sent directly to a service like MyYahoo!, iGoogle or an RSS reader whenever updates are made. You'll be able to view our updates organized in one place, making it easy for you to stay updated with new content, recipes and more. RSS updates are called "feeds". No personal information is required to subscribe to the Jif feed, and you can control how long you want to subscribe to our feeds.

How Do I Use RSS?

To begin your RSS experience, you will need to sign up for an RSS reader. There are several RSS readers available for free download, or, you can subscribe to free readers on MyYahoo!, iGoogle, AOL or newsgator. If you use MyYahoo!, iGoogle, AOL or newsgator, simply click the "Add to MyYahoo!", "Add to Google", "Add to AOL" or "Add to newsgator" buttons to the right to subscribe. If you are using another RSS reader, click the "Add a Subscription" button and copy the URL into the proper entry field according to your RSS reader's instructions. When you open your RSS reader, it will display the headlines for the latest feeds from the all of the web pages you selected.

Restrictions for Using the Jif RSS Feeds.

Jif RSS feeds are free for your personal use in an RSS reader or on your non-commercial website. However, we ask that you properly attribute any Jif content that you display on your site, and we reserve the right to require you to cease distributing Jif content.

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