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.
CRF Frozen Foods is expanding its voluntary recall after reports of people being hospitalized for Listeria infections.
Dunkin' Donuts' CEO joined CNBC to discuss the company's current and future plans.
A study reveals a massive spike in childhood obesity as Chinese children shift to a western diet.
Emerson Electric's business unit launches an in-sink garbage disposal to turn food waste into renewable sources of energy.
The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization says the country's already-low food supply is set to deteriorate this year.
Chipotle reported its first quarterly loss since going public. What's the trade?
Mondelez Chairman and CEO Irene Rosenfeld discusses the company's better-than-expected revenue and profit.
Looking to score a free pretzel? You're in luck. There are plenty of restaurants handing out freebies on Tuesday in honor of National Pretzel Day.
Aunti Anne's, Wetzel's Pretzels and Philly's Pretzel Factory are all offering free pretzels to celebrate.
Geraldine Matchett, CFO of DSM, discusses the company's first-quarter results and how the nutrition sector is doing.
When you hear 'General Electric,' probably the last thing that comes to mind is hot sauce.
Burger King may have revolutionized the chicken nugget with its chicken fries in 2014, but now it's amping up its chicken game to a whole new level.
The Panama Disease has already destroyed tens of thousands of hectares of banana crop around the world. If it gets into Latin America, could it destroy bananas as we know it? CNBC's Phil Han reports.
McDonald's all-day breakfast may have spurred same-store-sales growth for two straight quarters, but the burger giant isn't resting on its laurels.
The fast food chain is testing the 'Grand Mac' and 'Mac Jr.' in Texas and Ohio stores.
Herbert Kenney, whose store sold Chicagoans nuts and popcorn for more than 30 years, was 90, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
The fast food chain will sell Johnsonville Brats to 125 locations in Milwaukee.