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David Hertz is one of those rare people who has put into practice his ideas for helping the world and for him, food inspired him.
U.S. chocolate maker says it's recalling candy bars and other items in 55 countries after plastic was found in one of its products.
Starbucks announced changes to its loyalty program that will mean some customers will have to spend more money to earn free food and drinks.
While prices for most Australian commodities are bumping along the floor, local avocados are fetching a king's ransom. Here's why.
US consumers spend $3.5 billion on restaurant food deliveries each year. A start-up aims to use a UPS-style approach to improve logistics.
Two New York state senators want to prevent people from using food stamps to purchase junk and luxury food items.
Hershey's, along with other candy makers, released new Easter-inspired flavors, including carrot cake. Today.com reports.
The sheer size of Wal-Mart is so massive that it would be almost as big as the Defense Department, or bigger than any state budget.
Traveler Beer Co. unveiled Traveler IPA Shandy, what it calls "the world's first ever heavily hopped shandy."
McDonald's confirms it is testing the Chicken McGriddle, a chicken-and-pancake breakfast sandwich, in Ohio.
McDonald's will offer a beer and burger combo in one of its locations in South Korea.
The middle is an increasingly tough place to be in the beer business, so two of craft beer's best-known mid-sized breweries are joining forces.
A new report suggests that organic price premiums vs. conventional pricing may still be too low from a producer and supplier standpoint.
A Caribbean vacation, a five-figure dessert and an edible marriage proposal are just some of the things wealthier valentines can do on Feb. 14.
CNBC is looking for the most love loved beer labels from 2015. Send in your favorites.
The craft beer sector has become a victim of its own success as big multinational brewers look to exploit a change in what customers drink.
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