Food and Beverage Food Products


  • This is Uber's latest service: Ice cream delivery

    Yaniv Goder, GM, Singapore at Uber, explains why the on-demand private car app is delivering ice cream via Uber drivers, electric vehicles and even drones on Friday.

  • Federal court officers are seeking a unprecedented sentence of life in prison for a peanut company executive convicted of selling salmonella-tainted food. The Associated Press reports.

  • Kinder Surprise may be banned in the U.S., but Americans still gobble down more chocolate than all of Asia Pacific combined, fresh data show.

  • Reshaping Campbell for new generations of consumers: CEO

    The Campbell Soup Company President and CEO Denise Morrison discusses the shift in consumers and healthy food trends.

  • Find out how severe the price hike on lobster is this summer in Scarborough, Maine, with Gary Violet and Vinnie Clough from Bayley's Lobster Pound.

  • New taste in food industry

    Noam Gottesman, Nomad Foods co-chairman, discusses his multibillion-dollar bet on frozen foods and ready-meals. Frozen food is much less wasteful than fresh food, says Gottesman.

  • A still image from Nestlé's Coffee-Mate Natural Bliss video ad.

    In a new ad campaign for natural coffee creamer, Nestlé has actors wearing no clothes, just body paint, serving customers free coffee.

  • Cheerios go gluten-free

    General Mills plans some changes to boost U.S. cereal sales.

  • With China's local brands fast grabbing market share for items from toothpaste to fruit juice, multinational consumer companies are finding it harder to compete. The Financial Times reports.

  • General Mills CEO: Cheerios will be gluten-free

    General Mills Chairman and CEO Ken Powell, discusses the shift in consumer values, and keeping its products contemporary.

  • DOJ warns food companies

    The Justice Department warns food companies they could face criminal and civil penalties if they poison their customers or make them sick.

  • Who makes the best fast food fries?

    For National French Fry Day, CNBC conducted a completely unscientific poll in Times Square.

  • Workers cut slaughtered pigs in a cooler at a meat processing plant in Qionglai, Sichuan Province, China

    China will launch a campaign to track down the origins of smuggled frozen meat as the country intensifies its campaign against the illegal trade.

  • Listening to consumer, no antibiotics ever: Perdue chairman

    CNBC's Sara Eisen joins Jim Perdue, Perdue Chairman and advertising spokesman of Perdue Farms since 1991, for an exclusive interview.

  • The opening of a new Heineken manufacturing site on Sunday will mark the latest salvo in what is a brewing Asia beer war, the Financial Times reports.

  • 'ChickenShack' debuts in Brooklyn

    Shake Shack debuts a fried chicken sandwich today, but the ChickenShack is only available -- for now -- in Brooklyn.

  • The battle over breast milk

    Lawmakers are stepping into the battle for control of the human breast milk industry.

  • A new slim fit for Oreo

    Mondelez is rolling out Oreo Thins, aiming to fatten up its North American cookie business, which declined in the first three months of this year.

  • Sheep Meadow in Central Park is a mixture of four types of turfgrass.

    The U.S. is becoming a much greener place, but turf maintenance comes with a host of environmental considerations.

  • Happieness or heartburn for Nathan's

    Weigh-in takes place today at NYC's City Hall for the annual July 4th Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island, Brooklyn.