The cookery channel will become available on digital satellite in the UK on November 9, before rolling out in parts of Europe, the Middle East and Africa early next year.
Under the deal, Scripps will retain a controlling interest in the joint venture, with Chello Zone overseeing all EMEA operations for the channel. Financial terms of the partnership have not been disclosed.
When Food Network launches, it will broadcast hit shows such as The Best Thing I Ever Ate and Iron Chef America, featuring appearances from international cooks such as Jamie Oliver and Masaharu Morimoto.
"This is the first of what we hope will be many ventures to expand the global footprint of Scripps Networks Interactive," said Scripps Networks president of international development Greg Moyer.
"Food Network is an obvious and logical choice for international distribution given its universal appeal and tremendous brand power. Our objective is to aggregate an engaged and growing audience of passionate foodies across the globe."
Chello Zone chief executive Dermot Shortt added: "Scripps Networks has a vast library of lifestyle programming that is respected the world over, particularly the entertaining, high-quality food content that continues to climb in popularity and break ratings records in its native US.
"I'm certain that Chello Zone's broadcast partners and viewers across Europe, Africa and the Middle East will be delighted to experience first-hand the engaging shows and the entertaining personalities who make Food Network the huge success that it is."
Another Scripps-owned channel, Fine Living Network, could also launch in Europe next year, with announcements expected to follow shortly.