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Heartland Food Products Group gets a little sweeter after buying Splenda from Johnson and Johnson.
High onion prices are a challenge to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of state elections, the Financial Times reports.
The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning letter to Hampton Creek, citing several alleged violations for its Just Mayo product.
Monsanto sweetened its offer to buy Syngenta, valuing the Swiss company at around $47 billion.
Muslims will make up more than a quarter of the world's population by 2030, and China wants to play an active role in feeding them.
McDonald's expects a significant sales bump from all-day breakfast.
The head of the Centers for Disease Control's Influenza Division says the agency is "concerned" that the bird flu virus may mutate.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports egg prices are 142 percent higher than they were in April. Bird flu is the reason, she says, and the hikes are far from over.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan looks at the rising cost of eggs.
Taco Bell's incoming CEO Brian Niccol, says Taco Bell is on a great streak in hiring and food products. Also, Niccol comments on high unemployment rates in teens.
Egg prices fly to record heights.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on the pain from bird flu for consumers and farmers.
McDonald's quietly makes quarter pounder a tad heavier.
India will seek $99M in damages from Nestle after reports of excess lead in the firm's Maggi noodles forced a nationwide recall.
After Shake Shack's remarkable quarter, can the company keep the momentum? Sam Oches, QSR Magazine editor, expects quality for the food to remain high as it expands, commenting on competition in the burger space.
Shake Shack reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings, and raised its full-year guidance. Jack Mohr, TheStreet.com, has the trade.
The great Chinese stock slump that first whacked luxury car sales is spreading to mass-market brands.
Overcrowding in the food delivery space has some VC's seeing signs for froth. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports.
Blue Bell still faces possible fines or criminal charges, but its been given a clean bill of health to start making ice cream again in Alabama.