Fox Sports Networks (Fox Sports) is getting into the food chain again with a new schedule that is expected to see it expand the food menu to include items from its sister networks, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2.
The network has recently released its menu of new items and is expecting to have more to come.
According to the company’s website, the new menu is available on all of its platforms, including smartphones, tablets, TVs and home entertainment systems.
“We are excited to finally share the food offerings with our FOX Sports 2 and FOX Sports 1 audiences,” the network said in a statement.
In a statement, the network added that the new schedule will bring “a new twist to what FOX Sports is known for: exciting new cuisine that combines the best of food, beer and spirits”.
The new menu will also include a range of new foods from Fox Sports Group partners, such as Kraft, Dannon and Nestlé.
Fox Sports 1 has also announced it will be adding a new show every Thursday and will launch a food and drink station on Fridays.
Fox sports is a joint venture between the NFL, MLB, NHL and NHLPA and it also operates as a cable channel.
It is part of the Walt Disney Co, which has broadcast rights to the NFL and NHL for years.