|Country of origin||Germany|
|Key people||Clemens Schüssler, Hans-Joachim Hartmann|
The Christian Verlag is a German publishing house, based in Munich. The publishing house belongs to GeraNova Bruckmann publishing house since 2008. Managers are Clemens Schüssler and Hans-Joachim Hartmann.
From 2001 until 2008 the publishing house belonged to Prestel Publishing Group.
Since summer 2008 it belongs to the publishing house GeraNova Bruckmann. Christian Verlag already received awards from the French organization World Cookbook and the medal from the Gastronomische Akademie Deutschlands (Gastronomic Academy Germany). In 2012, Die vegetarische Kochschule by Christl Kurz was awarded with the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in the vegetarian cooking category, and in 2013, Die venezianische Küche from Russell Norman won in category "Italian". From 2009 to 2015, Christian Verlag published in cooperation with the Gong publishing the magazines LandIdee, LandIdee Wohnen&Deko, LandApotheke, LandFrisch and LandGarten.
In addition to its emphases on cooking and gardening, as well as, home and lifestyle, the publisher is also the publisher of restaurant and wine guide Gault Millau.
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- Marco Saal (14 July 2015). "Funke übernimmt "Landidee" komplett und stößt "Ein Herz für Tiere" ab" (in German). Horizont. Retrieved 14 July 2016.