QVC USA and HSN have taken a prominent role in the new LG Shop Time app to engage with consumers wherever they are via livestream and video-on-demand platforms.

Shop Time, a livestream video commerce marketplace on seven million LG Smart TVs across the U.S., features live and on-demand content from QVC, HSN, along with a “shop by mobile” option that makes buying easier. QVC and HSN have prime positioning throughout the experience, as the lead retailers for the launch, the company said. Upon opening the app, the livestream of QVC’s main channel plays, with HSN displayed in the programming list on the left menu.

Using a remote, you can select a product onscreen and send a text to your smartphone with a link to the product page on the QVC USA or HSN mobile web. If you have the LG Magic Remote, you can just point and click. Additionally, QVC and HSN video-on-demand content is available throughout the app in sections such as “Top Deals,” “Hot Picks,” and “Popular Shows.”

“We’re pleased that LG chose QVC and HSN as the lead retailers for their launch of this innovative new video commerce app,” said David Apostolico, svp/platform strategy, development and distribution for Qurate Retail Group. “We’re excited to join LG in exploring the combination of livestream video with new purchasing options, such as shop by mobile, enabled by smart TVs. Shop Time gives our customers more ways to buy what they want, when and where they want, and allows us to reach a whole new audience of LG viewers.”

Through November 30, new customers to HSN who download the Shop Time app, navigate to, and create a new account will receive a digital coupon for $20 toward a purchase of at least $40 on

In addition, QVC USA and HSN are working to add shop by mobile into the QVC/HSN streaming service, which is available on LG devices, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. In 2021, the company plans to launch in-app purchasing, so customers can buy without leaving the streaming service, and in the future, it plans to add voice commands.

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Whole Foods Market is adding Bare Life's hot cocoa mix to its shelves in 36 locations throughout New England.

As the holiday season approaches, a rapidly growing local entrepreneurial business is hitting significant milestones. Bare Life Coconut Hot Cocoa Mix is having a hot start to winter, with a first-ever appearance on the QVC Network, the popular national shopping channel, and the addition of Whole Foods markets throughout New England as the latest in a growing network of retail and online locations.

The popularity of the signature hot cocoa mix continues to accelerate, as Bare Life and its founder Ali Lazowski continue to receive recognition for their gluten-free, dairy free, vegan, coconut hot cocoa.

Lazowski appeared on QVC USA on October 28, as Bare Life's hot cocoa mix received rave reviews live on-air. QVC is currently offering an exclusively designed, specially priced, box of 20 packets.

"The most delicious hot chocolate," is how one QVC host summed it up; "yummy and chocolatey…just awesome," added the co-host of the network's Gourmet Holiday segment.


Good Housekeeping and Chef Curtis Stone’s innovative kitchen product company Foodfight have teamed up to launch Good Housekeeping Kitchenware, a new line of cookware, genius gadgets, and other kitchen essentials at QVC. The new brand made its debut on-air with Good Housekeeping Style Director Lori Bergamotto and is available on

“For millions of customers, QVC has been a reliable source for unique, innovative, and exclusive kitchen products for more than 30 years, and we have a dedicated community of foodies who expect us to deliver special products at a great value,” said Maya Bowie, General Manager Merchandising and Vice President of Culinary for QVC and HSN.  “This new brand from Good Housekeeping and Foodfight/Curtis Stone is of the highest quality in kitchenware, and we look forward to inspiring the home chef through this collection.”

The readers of Good Housekeeping have relied on the magazine’s expert advice and state-of-the-art product testing for over 130 years. The Good Housekeeping Institute uses rigorous scientific methods to analyze household and personal products for quality, performance, and safety so that readers can feel sure they are making the best buying decisions for their homes, families, and budgets.

“I am so proud to share the new collaboration between the Good Housekeeping Institute and Curtis Stone’s Foodfight,” said Jane Francisco, Editor in Chief of Good Housekeeping. “The Good Housekeeping Kitchenware line is beautifully designed to meet the Institute’s rigorous lab criteria and earn the iconic Good Housekeeping Seal and its trusted warranty. From a food processor to pan sets to utensils, this line of products provides readers with all of the high-quality essentials they need in the kitchen at an affordable cost.”

Good Housekeeping Kitchenware –  a product line that is tested ’til perfect – is priced from $28 to $50.

“I couldn’t be more excited to have joined forces with Good Housekeeping to develop this incredible line of kitchen products,” said Stone. “Good Housekeeping is one of the most recognized and trusted consumer icons in the world today with a long history of quality and innovation.  It’s an honor to be collaborating with their respected team to develop this prestigious brand’s kitchen essentials range for QVC. This line is for food-loving home cooks who, like us, have busy schedules, limited counter space, and a fondness for throwing impromptu dinner parties. This brilliantly designed range of cooking essentials makes it easier to get meals on the table, so our customers will have more time to enjoy with the people they love.”

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