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Some of the country's universities are now offering online programs on the business of craft beer.
A Dallas blog has accused Mast Brothers chocolate of dishonorable chocolate making. Inside a hipster marketing lesson in authenticity.
Roughly a year after launching all-natural beef patties, Carl's Jr. has its sights on overhauling another protein.
What holiday-themed drink do you love the most? Starbucks released a report on the country's favorite festive brews.
The hard soda business is shaping up to be one of the most competitive spaces in brewing next year.
In the name of a good cause, some locations in Texas northeast of Dallas turned the lights on Sunday.
Pulled pork came first, then pepperoni and now another fast-food giant is giving its fries a makeover.
Diageo is pushing a new alcohol-free Guinness made exclusively for Indonesia, after an unexpected clampdown on beer sales there.
Singha Asia on Friday signed a $1.1 billion strategic deal with Vietnam's Masan Group to buy stakes in two of the consumer goods firm's units.
Has bad press taken a bite of Chipotle's sales? One firm thinks so.
How do you feed 9 billion people by 2050? Focus on these four things, says Dorothy Hamilton.
Turkey is a firm favorite at Christmas, but game meat is enjoying a resurgence of popularity in Britain, according to a new report from Mintel.
U.K. authorities upheld a complaint from a lobby group that argued the tag-line encouraged poor nutritional habits in children, the FT reports.
Despite a severe rout in the prices of most commodities, cocoa prices have rallied 13 percent this year.
CNBC explains how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identify and work to control outbreaks of foodborne diseases like E. coli.
What are the next steps to get customers back in stores, and reascend to the culinary touchstone for fresh casual fare?
Some consumers, it turns out, have an uncanny ability to buy the least popular new products. Over and over.
A Mexican restaurant was robbed. What it decided to do next to mock the burglars and get the public involved is hilarious.
A U.S. appeals court rejected the appeal of a prominent wine dealer who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for selling counterfeit wine.
Local sourcing once bolstered Chipotle's brand. But with recent scares, should the company change course?