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Shares of the company fell more than 2 percent in after-hours trading following the earnings announcement.
Diet Pepsi is getting rid of aspartame. How the change impacts consumer demand remains uncertain.
Over the past few weeks, dairy farmers in Europe have demonstrated against the falling price of milk, which is impacting their incomes.
Chick-fil-A's long-awaited first freestanding location in New York City officially has an opening date.
Dairy is hugely important to New Zealand's economy, but the country's prime minister John Key told CNBC a "perfect storm" was brewing in the industry.
Even venture capitalists who are fans of online food delivery say the market appears over saturated.
Businesses are missing out by not capitalizing on the growing Islamic population and offering more halal products, suggests research.
As restaurants, like McDonald's, double down on breakfast, their timing is from far from eggscellent.
Chicken rice, durian, rojak and more: here are the 10 best-loved tastes of Singapore.
Wall Street gave up on Keurig Green Mountain with many analysts slashing price targets nearly in half as the company reported disappointing results.
Angry Orchard Cider Company announced on Tuesday a voluntary recall of select cases of its Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider.
Mondelez stock gains after news that Bill Ackman has taken a $5.5 billion stake in snack maker and is considering pushing for a takeover.
One Cleveland-based small business is using technology to boost worldwide whiskey production, addressing fears of a whiskey shortage.
Shortening, pie crusts, and brownies could be partially exempt from a government phase out of artificial trans fats—if the food industry gets its way.
Keurig Green Mountain expects to reduce its workforce by about 5 percent as the company grapples with declining sales of its brewers and coffee pods.
Whole Foods pulled its $6 asparagus water after the company said it doesn't sell the water in stores, reports USA Today.
Two of Italy's leading consumer brands have set their sights on China after revealing strong first-half figures for 2015.
Sticker shock at the grocery store could soon get even worse.
A former bond trader has launched a high-end take-out service that's bringing Michelin-starred dining to London's living rooms.
A new breed of modern food and beverage ventures serving up traditional fare could fortify the city-state's status as a gastronomic hub.