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There's surprisingly simple science behind the popular stunt of launching food into space, Eater reports.
The U.S. has banned all imports of fresh beef from Brazil, citing food safety concerns.
KeyBanc Capital Markets labeled Starbucks "overweight." It expects the coffee company's stock to rise to $68 by next year.
It may be unconventional, but in Singapore, hipster food crazes are all the rage during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Your favorite brew of Darjeeling tea could soon be in short supply as tea plantations and estates in India's famed Himalayan region close amid political chaos.
With an internal probe over, Hain CEO Irwin Simon is upbeat on what's ahead and sees a silver lining to the Amazon-Whole Foods deal.
With the filing of Hain's financial results, the company is now current with all its reporting obligations with the SEC.
Hain Celestial has not reported its financial results since May 2016, amid an ongoing probe of its accounting practices.
Credit Suisse raises its price target for Monster Beverage to $60 from $59, representing an 18 percent upside from Tuesday's close.
Wal-Mart should remain the world's biggest retailer and biggest grocer, Moody's tells its clients in a Wednesday note.
The recent sell-off in consumer packaged goods companies following the Amazon-Whole Foods deal "is overdone," says one stock analyst.
Farmers in the US and Brazil are in a race to meet demand for livestock feed as meat consumption in China soars, Financial Times reports.
Loop Capital explains why a competing bid for Whole Foods would have merit both defensively and offensively for Kroger.
Wal-Mart is reportedly warning some companies that if they want its business, they can't run applications on Amazon Web Services.
McDonalds' fresh-beef initiative, one way to outshine competitors, for the quarter pounder burger could turn some customers away because of the longer wait time.
Amazon has tested food delivery, through AmazonFresh, and meal kits, sending subscribers ingredients and recipes, similar to Blue Apron.
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