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Blue Apron, which delivers ingredients for meals people can cook at home, on Wednesday lowered the range of its initial public offering.
The Dow Chemical Company said continuing public education will help dispel food safety concerns surrounding GM crops in China.
The scorching heat's on California and it's led to worries about citrus and nut crops as well as the state's dairy business.
Nestle plans to buy back as much as $20 billion worth of shares by June 2020, the Swiss food giant said on Tuesday as it responds to pressure brought by U.S. activist shareholder Third Point.
Grocery chain Kroger's CEO, Rodney McMullen, joined CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" for an exclusive interview Tuesday morning.
Global food security depends on trade in four staple crops whose output is concentrated in a handful of exporting nations, Financial Times reports.
Tight U.S. food inspections should give American consumers confidence in the safety of new Chinese chicken imports, the USDA secretary says.
Lidl announced Monday the opening dates of four new stores in Virginia and North Carolina, which are coming in July.
Millennials spend far more in bars, on coffee and at restaurants than older generations — while saving less, a new survey shows.
Brazil health inspectors said understaffing and budget cuts by the government ultimately caused the sanitary problems with beef shipments.
Nestlé is under pressure to boost profitability as the global food industry reacts to pressures from failed Kraft-Unilever deal, FT reports.
Let's do lunch! Starbucks CFO Scott Maw says the coffee giant is looking to grow its food sales, particularly those at the midday meal.
Amazon will know what's in your refrigerator already, and can send it to you automatically.
The biggest problem vexing the online grocery industry is moving food from the warehouse to the customer's house, or the last-mile problem.
Fast-food chains rarely wade into politics, but in Saudi Arabia, fast food giants just pledged allegiance to the new crown prince.
Amazon could dive into food service distribution, potentially shaking up an industry now dominated by three players, according to a report.
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