India has approved a $110 million investment plan by Tesco, paving the way for the British retailer to venture into Asia's third-largest economy.
Bricks-and-mortar stores lose out as e-commerce grows, but most retailers have now supplemented their shops with online businesses, the FT reports.
All in-store Target customers will receive a 10 percent discount on purchases made this weekend, its CEO announced.
Jack's Abby Brewing says that, after the accident, its supply will run out by the beginning of January, Boston's WHDH TV 7News reported.
The boss of pizza delivery giant Domino's should "pay his staff a little more", the U.K.'s immigration minister said.
Campbell Soup apologized Saturday for a tweet by its SpaghettiOs brand that marked the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks with a picture of its smiling mascot jauntily holding an American flag.
Brace yourself: The U.S. is about to go over the "dairy cliff," which could cause milk prices to jump.
As restaurants battle to lure diners, Olive Garden on Monday introduced its version of an American classic: the Italiano Burger.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge heard testimony Friday from attorneys for the city of Irwindale, Calif., and the owner of the Sriracha plant.
CNBC'S Jim Cramer warned investors of "bubbling" throughout niche areas such as a cloud computing, organic food and 3-D printing.
Amazon seems to be expanding its private label business into its grocery delivery service, AmazonFresh, according to reporting done by AllThingsD.
Starbucks is known for roasting coffee—but in the case against a small family-run rival, the coffee giant itself got roasted.
Fast food giants are battling with Brazil's independent outlets to gain a foothold in the country's expanding fast food market.
Since 2005, food companies have eliminated over 73 percent of the transfats in their products.
Coffee wars between top U.S. brands are set to intensify as coffee houses battle to attract the Hispanic consumer.
Halloween candy sales are projected to top $2.3 billion, up 1 percent from last year.
It might sound like whacky science, but the latest food revolution is an attempt to bring sustainable food to the fore.
If the nation's farm bill isn't renewed, there could be unintended consequences: higher milk prices.
CNBC anchorman Geoff Cutmore gave his best impression of Ron Burgundy on Squawk Box Europe this morning.
The food industry is facing a backlash against high sugar content on the same scale as the one experienced by the tobacco industry.