Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest brewer, cut its guidance for growth this year in Brazil due to the struggling economy on Friday. » Read More
Whole Foods Market shares fell more than 8 percent, as investors worried about the tough competition it faces.
Hershey reported its first rise in quarterly sales in a year, due to higher sales in North America that were helped by promotions.
Forrest E. Mars Jr., a scion of the family that satisfied America's sweet tooth with M&M's, died, the New York Times reports.
Buffalo Wild Wings' stock spiked 10 percent after Marcato Capital Management acquired a 5.1 percent stake in the company earlier in the week.
Sales of U.S. made whiskeys — things like Kentucky bourbon and Tennessee whiskey — are outpacing other types, including Scotch.
Mondelez's quarterly net revenue fell nearly 18 percent, as a strong dollar eroded the value of sales from markets outside the U.S.
Coca-Cola share prices fall after the Dow component cut its organic revenue forecast for the year.
While craft remains one of the bright spots in the U.S. beer business, the double-digit momentum from previous years is gone.
The restaurant industry could be headed for a rough patch. Two Wall Street analysts have lowered estimates industrywide.
Wall Street expects the Golden Arches to report quarterly same-store-sales growth of 3.6 percent, according to FactSet.
Aberdeen Asset Management said on Tuesday that a revised $100 billion-plus bid for the company from rival AB Inbev remained "unacceptable."
Terms of $100 billion-plus takeover offer sweetened after a fall in sterling since the vote to leave the EU and a rise in AB InBev's shares.
Tuesday's results from Panera, McDonald's and Buffalo Wild Wings highlight each category of the restaurant industry.
Susquehanna just upgraded Mondelez to positive from neutral.
Despite Chipotle stock's 5 percent jump on Friday, some analysts are telling investors not to buy.
E-commerce may be driving consumers away from shopping centers, but food is pulling them back in.
Social and political turmoil is creating a challenging operating environment for the world's largest coffee chain, Howard Schultz says.
Grocers have started to embrace selling imperfect fresh produce, but they are finding it challenging to get adequate supplies.
Forget handing over half a wage-packet for fine dining - in Singapore food fans can now experience Michelin-starred cuisine in the street.
Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis talks about the company's future.
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