Sift Magazine
100+ velvet-finish thick pages
75+ recipes and food stories
3 seasonal issues/year

Frequently asked questions

  • Where can I buy Sift magazine?

    Sift is available at most major newsstand outlets: Grocery stores, bookstores, and major shopping clubs.

    U.S. retailers who carry Sift include:

    Albertsons Barnes & Noble Books-A-Million Costco Fred Meyer Stores The Fresh Market Giant Giant Eagle Hannaford Harris Teeter Supermarkets HEB Kroger Meijer Publix Raley's Supermarkets Ralphs Grocery Safeway Sam's Club Shaw's Supermarkets Sprouts Farmers Market Stop & Shop Target Stores Walgreens Walmart Wegmans Food Markets Weis Whole Foods Market Winco

    In Canada, find Sift at:

    Indigo/Chapters Loblaws Overwaitea Shoppers Drug Mart Walmart Canada

    Sift is a free shipping item from

  • How much does Sift magazine cost?
    Sift is priced at $12.95 per copy.
  • How often are new issues released?
    Currently Sift is publishing 3 times per year: Spring (March), Fall (August) and Holiday (October). Each new issue becomes available on the last Tuesday of the month it publishes in.
  • Can I purchase a subscription?
    While we are grateful for your interest, Sift publishes as a Special Interest Publication, and has no subscription model available. The most reliable way to be sure you haven't missed an issue is to sign up for our email newsletter; we send out announcements to our list when every new issue arrives.
  • How can I share my suggestions?
    You can contact us at any time at, or at
  • Where can I find Sift magazine corrections?
    You can find issue-by-issue links to corrections and clarifications on the Sift corrections page.

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What you're saying

  • In addition to being drop dead gorgeous, this magazine is filled with interesting stories and wonderful recipes. The paper is so smooth and glossy that I can’t bear to tear the recipes out! A great publication for bakers and those who love baking stories!

  • Really more of a book than a magazine. High-quality content: good variety in the recipes in terms of effort, time, healthiness, everyday v. special occasion, etc. The stories are well-written, beautifully photographed, and interesting!


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Past issue updates

Sometimes we make mistakes (in the kitchen and outside of it!): Click below for issue by issue corrections and clarifications to some of our recipes and stories.

Sift corrections