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The New England Patriots quarterback's 12-count box of nut and fruit mixtures contains six flavors.
The USDA is to donate surplus to food banks and pantries, CNBC's Eric Chemi reports.
With coffee prices still near the 12-month high they hit last month, analysts are contemplating whether the rally has further to run.
Tom Brady is starting to make a name for himself in the food industry.
Scott Svenson, MOD Pizza co-founder & CEO, talks about disrupting the pizza restaurant industry by offering customers individual artisan-style pizza. Also Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis explains why he invested in the company.
The judge ruled a reasonable consumer would not be deceived that cold beverages will be filled with a portion of ice.
Jim Cramer speaks to General Mills CEO Ken Powell about the trend toward natural and organic foods, the needs of consumers and how “Big G” is looking to grow.
McDonald's recalls toys in kids' Happy Meals.
Three men were arrested after allegedly stealing $1 million worth of frozen eel shipped from China, the New York Daily News reported.
The 20-year master franchise agreement is estimated to be worth up to $3-billion.
Ramen noodles have become the most valuable "currency" among U.S. prisoners, a study reveals.
"FMHR" trader Pete Najarian names Starbucks in this segment of unusual activity, stating that he plans to hold it for 4-6 weeks.
Two hungry bakers and a fiery salon owner compete for an investment in the premiere of Cleveland Hustles. From executive producer LeBron James, Cleveland Hustles series premiere Wednesday, August 24 at 10P ET/PT.
Peter McGuinness, Chobani CMO, talks about his company's Olympic campaign in Rio, and branding on social media.
Impossible Foods's David Lee says the company wanted to create genuinely meat-like products that come without the negative impacts of meat production.
Nestle's lukewarm results are due to weak pricing, price competition in China and deflation in most developed markets, says Robert Waldschmidt, consumer analyst at Liberum.