Meals.com, a subsidiary of Coinstar Inc. (Nasdaq:CSTR), today announced the addition of Tom Page as vice president of technology.

Mr. Page joins the Meals.com team from Nordstrom Inc. where he oversaw the launch of the Nordstrom.com and Nordstromshoes.com Web sites and managed all technology support for Nordstrom's Internet and catalog operations. In his new position, Mr. Page is charged with leading the implementation of technology that will cut shopping and meal preparation time in half.

"Meals.com is committed to remaining the Internet's premiere meal planning Web site," said Jens Molbak, CEO of Meals.com. "Tom's experience launching technologically sophisticated Web sites will be invaluable to Meals.com as we move forward."

In addition to more than nine years at Nordstrom, Mr. Page also has experience at Electronic Data Systems, a leading provider of computer related consulting services.

Also today, in a separate release, Meals.com announced the naming of Russ Ruby, formerly of Peapod, as vice president of marketing. The addition of Mr. Page and Mr. Ruby, along with the previously announced appointment of Mark Seals, a former executive at PepsiCo's TriCon Global Restaurants, as chief operating officer and Peter Barbaresi as executive vice president of sales, round out Meals.com's senior management team. Other members of the executive team include Jens Molbak as chief executive officer and John Melin as vice president of business development.

About Meals.com

Meals.com Inc. is bridging the gap between the Internet and the supermarket. Its network of branded and private label Web sites features more than 10,000 recipes, which can be sorted by theme and cuisine. The network also contains extensive search and scaling features, as well as helpful commentary and useful cooking tips. Meals.com also provides the Shopper, an on-line Internet kiosk, which serves as an in-store consumer access point. Consumers can use the Shopper to print out meal plans, shopping lists, and to receive money saving offers. Consumers save time and money when planning meals and shopping for groceries while manufacturers and retailers receive the opportunity to communicate one-to-one with consumers through Web site advertising and the sponsorship of recipes, which highlight their products. Meals.com is a subsidiary of Coinstar Inc. (Nasdaq:CSTR), a coin counting and e-services company that has relationships with more than 7,500 U.S. supermarkets.

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ materially from the results identified or implied in any forward-looking statement discussed herein. Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences include, but are not limited to, the risks that are more fully described under the caption "Risk Factors" included in the most recent reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission by Coinstar Inc.