Southeast Asia is bracing itself for its annual, uncomfortable tryst with haze from Indonesia.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced it would buy 11 million pounds of cheese for $20 million.
Olive oil prices may have softened this year after a stellar 2015, but one analyst isn't expecting a sudden plunge.
Loraine Hudson, market analyst at Mintec Ltd., discusses the movement in olive oil prices and says Spain is the largest producer of olive oil.
Not all commodities will ride the wave of recovery into 2017; palm oil prices are set to buck the trend.
The USDA is to donate surplus to food banks and pantries, CNBC's Eric Chemi reports.
Jack Watts, lead analyst at AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds, discusses the problem of low wheat prices in Germany.
Michel Portier, head of Agritel, talks about problems with wheat prices that are affecting French farmers and food producers.
Deere staged a rally Friday after the agricultural machinery giant beat on fiscal third-quarter results and raised guidance.
Some may see dashed hopes of a recovery anytime soon for Deere, pointing to stock sales by two prominent billionaire investors.
Attorneys looking to represent medical pot firms could be risking violations of professional ethics rules.
Shortages of pumpkins have left some brewers scared they may not have enough of the squash to make ale for Halloween.
Hain Celestial's revenue-recognition timing issues shines a spotlight once again on an issue that has tripped up other companies.
Welcome rain will ease the economic damage to California's agriculture industry from drought this year, according to a report from UC Davis researchers.
So much for the bottom in grain prices some were hoping would materialize.
Investors betting on adverse weather to show up in a key crop report may be disappointed and see more downside in corn prices.
Producers are suffering from one of the lowest yielding champagne seasons this year since the 1980s.
An analyst at Mintel says retail brands and foodservice outlets will keep churning out pumpkin-related foods and drinks.
Energy firms are spending big money to defeat two proposed ballot measures in Colorado, and proponents face a key Monday deadline
As the Rio Olympic Games get underway, global sponsors are going for gold, but there's also room for nonsponsors to score big.