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A major research firm Thursday made a bearish call on Whole Foods and suggested the retailer is a 'victim of its own success.'
UBS says Whole Foods is facing increasing competition from other organic food retailers and Trader Joe's.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says the company will keep pushing its agenda despite gridlock in the capital.
Following a tainted meat scandal in Brazil, the U.S. government is redoubling inspection efforts but stopping short of an outright ban.
Categorically, there has never been a better time for burger lovers to go meatless, USA Today reports.
The game changed, and consumers want “yogurts that feel more artisanal," Buzzfeed reports.
Most of US egg supply will become cage-free within a decade, but the egg industry says the economics don’t make sense, Buzzfeed reports.
A delivery service announced Tuesday that it will start making runs to Costco to pick up orders for customers. The service is launching in Tampa.
The company's decision affects sodas like Pepsi and Mountain Dew, and other sweetened drinks like Gatorade and Lipton Iced Tea drinks.
A meat price war looms in Hong Kong a day after an immediate suspension of all meat imports from Brazil.
Dunkin' Donuts is slated to launch several new iced beverages and sweet treats. Here's a preview of what's to come.
Brazilian authorities began scouring meat plants after the alleged sale of rotten products.
Andy Puzder steps down as CEO of CKE Restaurants, the parent company of Hardee's and Carl's Jr.
JPMorgan says corporate tax reform could add a 10 percent benefit to Monster Beverage's earnings per share.
On Tuesday, Starbucks announced it will now offer select gluten-free food options in its U.S. stores.
Bernstein downgrades a slew of food makers to underperform, citing a growing consumer shift toward fresh food.
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