Food and Beverage Food Products

  • Investigators with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) search inside the family restaurant and adjoined apartment of Ahmad Khan Rahami in Elizabeth, New Jersey, on September 19, 2016.

    Following the arrest of a suspected bomber, his family's restaurant in Elizabeth, N.J., was spammed by Yelp users.

  • BRASILIA, Sept 19- Brazilian airlines are up in arms over a decision by Brazil's tax authority to list Ireland as a tax haven, which means about 1 billion reais in new taxes on aircraft leases for carriers struggling to regain profitability. Brazil's tax authority announced on Thursday it was adding Ireland, Austria, Curaçao and Saint Martin to its list of...

  • How small brand quality is outmaneuvering big companies

    Clayton Christopher, CAVU Venture Partners co-founder, and Brett Thomas, CAVU Ventures Partners co-founder, discuss how big companies are profiting from innovation in the food space by smaller companies, and weigh in on reports Unilever is in talks to acquire Honest Company.

  • Ruby Tuesday said this week that its CEO is resigning, and the chain forecast another quarter of lower sales as it closes locations. Ruby Tuesday's five straight years of declining sales at established locations is an extreme example, but others are feeling it. Darden Restaurants rid itself of Red Lobster in 2014 after the seafood chain suffered years of...

  • TORONTO/ NEW YORK, Sept 15- Activist investor Engaged Capital reported a 7.5 percent stake in SunOpta Inc on Thursday and said it had signed a confidentiality agreement with the Canadian organic food company to provide strategic advice. U.S. hedge fund Tourbillon Capital pressured SunOpta to explore a sale earlier this year. In July, Reuters reported that...

  • A Venezuela resident carries food in plastic bags in the Catia neighborhood on the outskirts of Caracas, Venezuela

    The humanitarian crisis in Venezuela has forced many Venezuelans to call on family in the U.S. for help in finding food.

  • The 19-year-old woman racked up $40-thousand in medical bills after getting sick at one of the company's locations.

  • "We try to lock in strategic inventories and we're of course trying to position ourselves for what I'm calling a normalization of the grains market, both in Brazil and Argentina," BRF CEO Pedro Faria told Reuters in an interview late on Tuesday. Faria said he expects large 2016/ 17 corn crops from both Brazil and Argentina to improve the situation.

  • Bags of Blue Buffalo pet food

    Shares of Blue Buffalo Pet Products fell after saying its top two holders will sell part of their stakes through a secondary offering.

  • Sept 13- Snack foods company B&G Foods Inc is in talks to acquire ACH Food Companies Inc, the producer of Mazola cooking oil, from food supplier and retailer Associated British Foods Plc, according to people familiar with the situation. Associated British Foods has hired investment bank Moelis& Co to handle the sale, which could value ACH at between $300 million...

  • Ocado still structural winner in online grocery: Analyst

    Stewart McGuire, director in equities research at Credit Suisse, remains positive about Ocado despite its sustained margin pressure.

  • *Profits set to grow this year after four years of falls. LONDON, Sept 12- While investors have had their sights trained on the biggest names slugging it out in Britain's supermarket price war, one former struggler, Morrisons, may be embarking on a quiet revolution. Eighteen months after Chief Executive David Potts took over, the retailer is on course to return to...

  • Burger King unveils Cheetos Chicken Fries

    The fast food chain's limited-time menu item will combine its chicken fries with a dusting of Cheetos.

  • Panera CEO challenges big food on kids meals

    Ron Shaich, Panera Bread CEO, Founder & Chairman, speaks about their call for healthier food in kids meals from the restaurant industry.

  • TORONTO, Sept 11- Canada may make it easier for temporary foreign workers to get permanent residency and eventual citizenship, Immigration Minister John McCallum said on Sunday. When asked whether Canada will consider loosening the rules, McCallum said the government "is certainly considering providing a pathway to permanent residence" to the workers.

  • CHICAGO, Sept 9- With prices for U.S. livestock on the decline due to larger cattle and hog herds, meat processors are jumping on the jerky bandwagon. "It's one of those things where people think it has a health halo around it," said Darren Seifer, analyst at market research firm NPD Group. Purveyors of upscale jerky have gotten in on the act, including chocolate maker...

  • Chipotle testing burrito delivery using drones

    The Mexican-food chain is working with Alphabet's Project Wing to send food to college students.

  • Stocks to Watch: September 9, 2016

    Restoration Hardware, JPMorgan Chase and Chipotle are making headlines this Friday morning before the opening bell.

  • Donuts enter breakfast battle

    CNBC's Susan Li reports there's a new competitor in the war to win consumers for America's morning meal - Federal Donuts, and it has taken the market by storm. Restaurateur Michael Solomonov explains.

  • Cramer: Your safety stocks just became very dangerous

    As the battle for the aisles of the supermarket continue, Jim Cramer is on high alert to avoid the most treacherous group in the market.