HONG KONG, March 11- Hong Kong shares lingered at a one-month low on Tuesday, in spite of Chinese snack maker Want Want jumping 4.6 percent after posting at midday full-year 2013 net profit that was broadly in line with expectations. The Hang Seng Index finished flat at 22,269.6 after having closed on Monday at its lowest since Feb. 13.» Read More
Daniel Boulud, DBGB Kitchen & Bar executive chef, discusses competing for customers in the restaurant business and his plans to serve up a new line of gourmet food.
Some entrepreneurs are finding success in unique foods that are healthy, spicy or gluten-free. Is a niche food company right for you?
Sattler, however, isn't using cow manure but pig manure in an additive he's testing which can replace up to 15 percent of asphalt. A pilot project in Missouri "shows no signs of deterioration" and "appears to be performing well after having been in place for a year."
Discussing the state of the food industry, with David Wenner, B&G Foods' president & CEO.
Check out Cramer’s interview with CEO David Wenner.
The world is facing a new food crisis as the worst US drought in more than 50 years pushes agricultural commodity prices to record highs.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the latest trades in corn and grain after a government report predicts significant cuts in yields.
China said Tuesday that it would prohibit official banquets from serving shark fin soup, an expensive and popular delicacy blamed for a sharp decline in global shark populations. The NYT reports.
In sum, to ensure a world where hunger does not overwhelm society, bold leadership will be necessary to preserve civility in the global neighborhood.
Hemp is one of the most versatile crops in the world. For food products, only the hemp seed is used. The rest of the plant — the stalk or fiber, can be used for clothing, building materials or energy.
New York City plans to enact a far-reaching ban on the sale of large sodas and other sugary drinks at restaurants, movie theaters and street carts, in the most ambitious effort yet by the Bloomberg administration to combat rising obesity, the New York Times reports.
George Osborne’s political roasting over hot pies intensified on Monday after the chancellor was forced into a £40m retreat on his proposed “pasty tax”, as the Budget showed new signs of unraveling, the FT reports.
An update on Facebook shares and the top three trades of the day, with FMHR trades. Also, CNBC's Jane Wells reports healthy foods cost less money per portion size than non-organic foods, and shares of Hain Celestial are up 50% year-to-date.
Jeff Ettinger, Hormel Foods chairman, president & CEO, discusses his company's record Q2 numbers, reporting EPS of $0.48 vs. $0.42 on revenues of $2 billion, and growing his business to meet changing consumer demand.
If Americans ever eat genetically engineered fast-growing salmon, it might be because of a Soviet biologist turned oligarch turned government minister turned fish farming entrepreneur, the New York Times reports.
With a little creative packaging and a lot of innovation, spirits manufacturers are expanding the market. Check out some of the most unusual ways businesses are innovating in the world of alcohol.
Bob Bazell, NBC News reports on the first case of mad cow disease to surface in the U.S. in six years. The USDA is assuring consumers there is no danger of meat from the California dairy cow entering the food chain.
Pizza lovers are fighting back, making an impressive marketing attack with the new Pizza Shirt.
If you're worried about how yours might fare during a downturn, consider a recession-proof industry, which caters to ongoing demands.
For the first time in history, it may be considered frugal to eat out!