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Jim Cramer rattles off his take on callers' favorite stocks, including one of his favorites, PepsiCo.
Global food prices are stood around two-year highs in June, fueled by higher prices for wheat, meats and dairy such as butter.
Jim Cramer looks into Blue Apron's business to find out what went wrong with the meal kit company's IPO.
The company said it was attacked on June 27, causing a disruption in its ability to ship and invoice.
This acclaimed chef says food trends are moving faster thanks to Instagram, Time reports.
Amazon says that the NEXT winery's press release was incorrect and that Amazon had no hand in the development of the wine. Recode reports.
The J.M. Smucker Company's shares were trading around $116 on Wednesday.
After a decade of declining beef consumption, Americans ate more beef in 2016 than in 2015. USAToday reports.
The Subway franchise of sandwich restaurants plans to open a further 500 outlets in the UK and Ireland over the next three years.
Wheat futures soared Monday as a worsening drought in the northern U.S. Plains and a grim outlook raised supply concerns.
German discounters are ramping up growth plans for a market under threat from Amazon, Financial Times reports.
Starbucks shares have fallen nearly 10 percent in the past month, but one top technician says the coffee chain is poised for a breakout.
Earlier this year, Danone said it would sell Stonyfield as part of an agreement to facilitate its takeover of WhiteWave.
Nomura analysts highlighted the key short-term beneficiaries of India's tax reforms in the consumer sector.
CNBC analyzed cost differences for a typical Fourth of July barbecue versus a new age one.
Brewers Association has announced the launch of a new seal to designate beers that are produced by "independent" craft brewers.
If the current budget proposal passes, it could be devastating to millions of families. Companies need to step in to help, says Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson.
Wheat futures soared more than 3 percent on Friday as drought worsened in a key growing region.
A little-known agent in limes can cause a burning rash that takes months — even years — to heal, USA Today reports.
"[I]t faces a whole host of challenges that need to be factored into the stock price," said Neil Saunders of GlobalData.
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