The humanoid robot will take and process customer orders in Pizza Hut restaurants by the end of 2016.
Snickers and 7-Eleven have teamed up to bring discounted candy to customers in Australia based on an algorithm that monitors mood on Twitter.
Bob Wellington, Cabot Creamery senior vice president of economics, discusses how the strong U.S. dollar and waning demand are causing a backup in cheese supplies and a surplus of products like grains, meat and milk.
A convenience store chain in South Korea is selling an ice cream bar to fight hangovers.
Campbell Soup shares were lower Friday on the back of disappointing quarterly sales and a weak U.S. soup season.
A U.K.-based candy company is bringing its gummy 3-D printing technology to the United States.
Authorities are trying to limit listeria-linked illnesses and deaths amid the massive frozen foods recall.
Jonathan Feeney, Athlos Research Principal, discusses Amazon's plan to offer new private-label branded foodstuffs.
Amazon will launch new private-label brands in the coming weeks that will include the company’s first move into perishable food, the WSJ reports.
The fast food chain is cooking its quarter pounder burgers with fresh beef in select Dallas restaurants.
For a limited time McDonald's is cooking its Quarter Pounder burgers with fresh beef, but only in 14 restaurants around the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
You won't have to choose between a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup and Reese's Pieces the next time you're at the grocery store.
Is there meat in your veggie burger? It's possible, according to Clear Labs, a company that genetically tests food products.
The burrito chain is trying to protect itself against future outbreaks by hiring food experts.
All-day breakfast isn't the only popular menu item at McDonald's. The chains limited-time "Gilroy Garlic Fries" have sold out in San Francisco.
The fried chicken chain is offering fingernail polish in two flavors, Original and Hot and Spicy.
A group of Venezuelan soldiers confessed to stealing goats over the weekend, in order to feed themselves since they had no food left in their barracks.
The shares have lost 55 percent of their value since peaking in the fall following Oprah Winfrey's partnership with the weight-loss company.
The Venezuelan military resorts to stealing goats as the country continues to struggle with food shortages.
The limited-time offering features fries tossed with garlic, olive oil, parmesan cheese and parsley.